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From Matt Foley <>
Subject Re: PLEASE DON'T COMMIT TO APACHE METRON until propagation issue is fixed
Date Mon, 03 Jul 2017 18:39:09 GMT has been opened.

On 7/3/17, 11:25 AM, "Matt Foley" <> wrote:

    It seems propagation from to
is currently broken.  If you browse
you see that commit a5b13777a, for METRON-877, was committed yesterday but is still not present
in github: (as of 11:20am PDT).
    Making commits to Apache from an incompletely merged starting point could cause deletion
or corruption of previous commits (although of course experts with git could do it right if
they’re aware of the problem).  I’m opening an INFRA ticket to request help restarting
the propagation.
        On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 4:16 AM -0700, "Otto Fowler" <<>>
        This still has not hit.  Should we be concerned about merges/commits before
        it does?
        On July 2, 2017 at 16:27:43, mattf-horton ( wrote:
        Github user mattf-horton commented on the issue:
        This has been committed to
        Propagation seems a little slow today.

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