The only thing left to do with RuboCop is to make it voting for all repositories that it runs for.
For mediawiki-core, the test should not be voting for the old release branch unless we fix rubocop in them as well (unlikely). In Zuul that can be done with:
jobs: - mediawiki-core-bundle-rubocop branch: ^(REL1_21|REL1_22|REL1_23|REL1_24)$
That will prevent the job from running on those release branches, but still make it run on master (and future REL branches such as REL1_25).
+1. Can you do Cirrus first? I had it clean and then kept hacking a while back and didn't notice that I broke it again. I'm going to add a patch that should get it passing again but without it voting I'm liable to forget again.