[llvm-dev] Phabricator projects/subprojects (& opaque pointer work)
Mehdi AMINI via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Mon Jun 21 21:26:02 PDT 2021
I think it used to be that anyone could create these, and then we got some
unfortunate events where someone would just mess everything up on Phab and
we restricted it.
I'm open to going back to the "free for all" model, but at the same time it
seems that creating projects/subprojects isn't a frequent need either: I've
been happy to create them on demand as well for the last year.
On Mon, Jun 21, 2021 at 6:21 PM David Blaikie <dblaikie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Mehdi,
> In your capacity as Phabricator admin - I'm wondering what thoughts you
> have on Phabricator projects or subprojects. Currently it looks like they
> can only be made by certain administrators, but I'm wondering if it'd make
> sense to allow more folks to make at least subprojects of LLVM for tracking
> certain work? I'd specifically like to create a subproject for the opaque
> pointer work to make it clearer all the patches going into that/easier to
> track it/etc - but also wondering about the more general issue of
> project/subproject creation permissions, etc.
> (I see currently the Phab LLVM project has no subprojects - instead other
> top level projects exist (I'm a member of the "debug-info" subproject and
> "clang-modules" subprojects, which I guess needed some admin to create them
> but then arbitrary folks could join them after that) - should they be
> subprojects of LLVM instead? I guess it probably doesn't matter greatly at
> the moment, but if we allowed more free access to create them, maybe we'd
> want more hierarchy)
> - Dave
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