- Connect to https://softwarefactory-project.io/ to create an account. Software Factory supports authentication with OAuth providers like Github and Google.
- Register your public SSH key on your account (see Software Factory’s documentation for more details)
- Install git-review on your development environment:
sudo yum install git-review
Checking out the code¶
git clone ssh://$USER@softwarefactory-project.io:29418/software-factory/managesf.git git-review -s # will initialize the gerrit remote for review
where $USER is your user name on Software Factory.
Before submitting anything, make sure your patch passes the existing test suite (PEP8, python 2.7):
Submitting a change¶
git checkout -b"my-branch" # Hack the code, create a commit on top of HEAD ! and ... git review # Submit your proposal on softwarefactory-project.io
Your patch will be listed on the reviews pages at https://softwarefactory-project.io/r/ . Automatic tests are run against it and the CI will report results on your patch’s Gerrit page. You can also check https://softwarefactory-project.io/zuul/ to follow the test process.