The goal of this section is to make sure that the
icalendar library receives a
clear maintenance structure with it that is transparent.
Currently, the maintainers are
Maintainers need this:
Maintaineraccess to the Read The Docs project.
- This can be given by existing maintainers listed on the project’s page. TODO: link to the settings
PyPI environment access for GitHub Actionsgrant new releases from tags.
- This access can be granted in Settings → Environments → PyPI by adding the GitHub username to the list of “Required Reviewers”.
Contributors here are people with write access to the repository. We want to have as many knowledgeable people with write access taking responsibility as possible for these reasons:
- a constant flow of fixes and new features
- better code review
- lower bus factor and backup
- future maintainers
Nobody should merge their own pull requests. If you like to review or merge pull requests of other people and you have shown that you know how to contribute, you can ask for becoming a contributor or a maintainer asks you if you would like to become one.
This explains how to create a new release on PyPI.
Since contributors and maintainers have write access the the repository, they can start the release process.
However, only people with
PyPI environment access for GitHub Actions can approve an automated release to PyPI.
Check that the
CHANGES.rstis up to date with the latest merged pull requests and the version you want to release is correctly named.
- in the
docs/install.rstfile (look for
Create a commit on the
releasebranch (or equivalent) to release this version.
git checkout master git pull git checkout -b release master git add CHANGES.rst src/icalendar/__init__.py docs/install.rst git commit -m"version 5.0.0"
git push -u origin release
See if the CI-tests are running on the pull request. If they are not running, no new release can be issued. If the tests are running, merge the pull request.
Clean up behind you!
git checkout master git pull git branch -d release git push -d origin release
Create a tag for the release and see if the CI-tests are running.
git checkout master git pull git tag v5.0.0 git push upstream v5.0.0 # could be origin or whatever reference
Once the tag is pushed and its CI-tests are passing, maintainers will get an e-mail:
Subject: Deployment review in collective/icalendar tests: PyPI is waiting for your review
If the release is approved by a maintainer. It will be pushed to PyPI. If that happens, notify the issues that were fixed about this release.
Copy this to the start of
CHANGES.rstand create a new commit with this on the
5.0.2 (unreleased) ------------------ Minor changes: - ... Breaking changes: - ... New features: - ... Bug fixes: - ...