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In LUCI, if a CL is owned by an unprivileged user , and has a dependency (parent CL) which is also owned by an unprivileged user (usually the same user) and not yet submittable, then LUCI will not allow testing with Commit-Queue+1, regardless of the privileges of the user requesting testing.
"CV cannot start a Run because of the following dependencies. They must be submittable (please check the submit requirement) because their owners are not committers or dry-runners. Alternatively, you can ask the owner of this CL to trigger a dry-run.
This is an intentional limitation in LUCI intended to guard against a reviewer failing to notice malicious code in the parent CL. Still, it is a frustrating roadblock in development. We may want to loosen this to something like allowing testing if the dependencies also had a valid Commit-Queue+1.
 i.e., not Approver or may-start-trybots
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