The PR for the YAML import (https://github.com/os-autoinst/openQA/pull/2044) comes already with a basic web UI. So far changes are applied to openQA's database but the goal is to manage the YAML within Git. Therefore the web UI should also push the changes to a Git repository, similar to how the needle editor works.
- Make the YAML import route commit the changes also via Git. It should be configurable like the Git commit feature of the needle editor.
- Setup a Git repository for OSD and o3 and configure those instances.
#5 Updated by mkittler over 1 year ago
Note that it would be conceivable to get rid of the editor in the web UI and commit changes only via Git. However, the editor has a nice preview feature and validation. Besides, it is possibly more convenient to use for casual users.
So it would be nice if the editor would still be able to create commits itself. With the needle editor we use the same approach but it sometimes leads to problems (e.g. messes up Git repo). Maybe we can improve that by pushing the commit only to a newly created branch. Then we can just redirect the user to the "Create PR" page of GitHub/GitLab for that branch.