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RFC: Extensions continuous integration
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Fix CI testing which was broken by the mediawiki/vendor.git change.

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ArchCom: triaged, meeting scheduled.

tstarling renamed this task from Extensions continuous integration to RFC: Extensions continuous integration.Nov 20 2014, 6:34 AM

@tstarling when is this RFC scheduled for discussion? I could not find the timeline for RFC meetings :-\

The meeting is on Wednesday November 26, 21:00 UTC

The RFC has been approved during the meeting. A firm request was to make sure the test would not take an insanely long time as to not annoy developers during SWAT deploys.

The job I crafted only run the extensions testsuite (aka skips mediawiki/core tests entirely).

Most of the implementation is completed now and I will add the job as an experiment using the Mobile team extensions then extends the system to the Language team extensions.

Change 180494 had a related patch set uploaded (by Hashar):
Test/Gate some extensions together


Change 180494 merged by jenkins-bot:
Test/Gate some extensions together

I have enabled the change for core + mobile extensions and announced it on wikitech-l

Still have to tests more extensions and add a system that let people tests their extension with the others.

More extensions are being added. We still have to migrate the qunit jobs to be shared as well.

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Krinkle triaged this task as Medium priority.Apr 7 2015, 2:35 PM
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