action #47441

Updated by SLindoMansilla 7 months ago

Currently there's the problem with Pull requests sometimes being forgotten and open forever, leading to tickets that are open for too long just because a PR wasn't merged in time.

There's the proposal of using a bot that upon certain syntax either pings the person on irc, or better writes on an irc channel (#testing or #opensuse-factory? or #opensuse-someotherchannel? without being too noisy...

There are many bots that are available for this:

## Requirements for an acceptable bot:

The bot shall be able to fulfill the Acceptance Criteria post timebox.

These are suggestions, but definitely not limited to those. A quick test should allow us to move forward and pick what's best for the team.

## Suggestions

* Give a quick check to the options given or look for some alternatives
* Test the bot, ideally it will react when a PR has more than X days without progress, and when it is mentioned or when it reads a comment with certain syntax.

## Acceptance Criteria:

## Tasks:

- Setup [Stale Probot](

## Acceptance Criteria: Post timebox
- AC.1: Bot is running and setup is documented in a wiki
- AC.2: PR older than 60 days without activity are considered stale
- AC.3: PR that is already marked as stale, with over 7 days of inactivity are closed
- AC.4: PR with labels RFC are excempt (can be expanded later)
- AC.5: Stale PR are marked with *STALE* label

### Suggestions

To make it easier to test, it can be initially set up in the person's own github fork of os-autoinst-distri-opensuse (or any other repo) with very short times