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Auto deploy new tagged releases to PyPI #593

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stefankoegl commented Feb 25, 2018

This pull request implements automatic deployment of tagged commits to PyPI.

The upload is triggered by Travis-CI. See the documentation for more information on this feature.

For this purpose I have created a new PyPI user soco-bot, and added it as a maintainer for the soco project there. Please let me know if I should add additional email addresses to this user, to avoid being the single point of failure for recovering access to the account.

This change would (slightly) reduce the effort of doing a release, and would lower the entry barrier for doing so.

@stefankoegl stefankoegl force-pushed the auto-deploy branch from 84a76b6 to 88f35cd Feb 25, 2018

@stefankoegl stefankoegl merged commit 1382931 into master Mar 28, 2018

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Release Notes 0.15 #578

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KennethNielsen commented Apr 3, 2018

@stefankoegl looks great. What is the safety like for this functionality?


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stefankoegl commented Apr 18, 2018

It essentially means everyone who can push to master can trigger a release. I did not see this as a concern, as we have gaven out permissions quite selectively anyway. Is this a concern for you, or do you see any other issues?

@stefankoegl stefankoegl added this to the 0.15 milestone May 13, 2018

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