[release] [OpenDaylight TSC] Decommision SonarQube service (sonar.opendaylight.org)
Thanks Anil for your feedback at the TSC meeting.
As discussed, I’ve got a concern about the thresholds now configured in the quality gate.
They are currently configured to these values: >80% of Junit coverage and <3% of Duplication code.
In my opinion, this default setting is not adapted to every project.
Is there a way to modify it and/or allow a per-project specific configuration ?
The interface at this URL seems to be the right place but is locked.
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These are the default values configured for the quality gates for all ODL $projects. If required we can create custom gates and configure them to a list of $projects.
I don't see your GH id added to the projects members list. I am not sure if you can create/modify quality gates as non-admin user (we can give it a try). Please open a helpdesk ticket along with your Github account id and the project details. :-)
On Fri, Apr 30, 2021 at 9:52 PM <guillaume.lambert@...> wrote: