We in Mozilla QA have a couple of different repositories on github. It would be great if we could specify them all and an overview page is displayed, which contains all the PR activities across all of them in sections divided by project.
Something like prs.paas.allizom.org/mozilla/mozdownload,mozmill-ci,nightlytt ?
Can repos on github contain commas?
But why allow multiple repos into a page and not multiple owners? Seems a bit arbitrary.
Well, we shouldn't restrict this to a single owner. Those were just examples. Not sure how this should be integrated but it would be a big help for us. It would be like a dashboard of pull requests.
"It would be like a dashboard of pull requests."
That's what it already is! :)
I think we could quite easily do this. Do you have any ideas or suggestions on how to lay out the URL for when there's multiple owners and multiple projects?
For MDN we just need multiple projects. Something like: http://prs.paas.allizom.org/mozilla/kuma,kuma-lib,mdn-tests,mozhacks,wp-promote-mdn All of the repos are under Mozilla org owner.
Could we use parameters here? Something like:
That way we could differentiate between different owners.
tracking multiple repos, fixes #2
@peterbe so how has this been implemented? It would be great if you could give an example, and also update the readme so others will know. Thanks.
@whimboo it has been implemented. Just not deployed on prs.paas.allizom.org yet.
Hopefully doing that a little later today.
Hm, I checked current master but I can't see it documented. Maybe you missed that?
@whimboo it's not documented. It just works :)
As in, to use it you just use the site. For side-projects like this, I rarely bother writing tests. Much less so do I bother to write user guide documentation.
Here for example are a list of my active projects.
Hurray, that looks fine: https://prs.paas.allizom.org/mozilla:mciconf,memchaser,mozdownload,mozmill,mozmill-automation,mozmill-ci,mozmill-dashboard,mozmill-environment,nightlytt,qa-mozmill-tests
Lets get through them all. Thanks for the implementation!