Hello @T-compiler! In preparation for running GitHub Actions in parallel with Azure Pipelines, we changed how commits are tested. Now, try and auto builds will happen in the https://github.com/rust-lang-ci/rust fork instead of the main repository.
the only way this should affect y'all is if you want to browse the commits page to look for build logs
in that case you'll have to look in the rust-lang-ci/rust repository
otherwise everything should work as normal
unfortunately having this setup is something that's required for GitHub Actions, so we'll have to live with this for a while
expect a PR adding the GitHub Actions configuration soon(tm)
what will run where?
Azure on fork, GHA on main?
both of them on the fork
it's for security reasons, I can elaborate more in private if anyone is extra curious
I initially thought you meant you couldn't combine them both on the same repo
ah that makes sense
is this semi-permanent or would it go away after the transition to GHA?
semi-permanent, we're doing this because GHA lacks a security feature we need
I'm mostly asking so I know GHA caveats in case I try to use it on my own repos
oh this is just because of our scale, it's not needed for most things
@Pietro Albini so a separate org is required until GH adds that feature, right?
(and to be clear, this is only important for self-hosted runners, right?)
so realistically no one should care for the default package
@Pietro Albini I would be interested in the security details in private.