Am 04.03.19 um 13:35 schrieb Holger Levsen: > On Mon, Mar 04, 2019 at 01:22:27PM +0100, Markus Koschany wrote: >> but I don't really >> think that this is an efficient way. I doubt this is the workflow of the security team. > > the most efficient way is surely if you were to apply to become a member > of webmaster-team on salsa, so you can push yourself. I have done the same as Hugo now and submitted several merge requests and asked for team membership. Steve just granted those permissions. Thanks! > that said, (DLA) merge requests are usually merged very quickly by > either some "real" webmaster-team members and then I also check those > merge requests daily (and merge them if needed). > > I'm not sure how DSAs end up in webwml.git, indeed the commits are not > coming from the people releasing the DSAs. If someone wants to work on > improving the tooling/automatisation this is surely welcome. > > For now, I've made LTS/Development#Publishing_updates_on_the_website > more obvious. We should aim to make this fully automatic soon. The parse-dla.pl script works nicely when I just download the email from https://lists.debian.org/debian-lts-announce/, so I guess with a few more lines of code this could be a cron job. However I will rather take a look at how the DSAs are published again first, because this all feels like reinventing the wheel at the moment.
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