The nominate commands are used for nominating issues for backporting.
There are multiple commands that can be issued in a GitHub comment to handle nomination:
@rustbot beta-nominate <team>— Adds the
beta-nominatedand the given team’s label. This indicates that the issue is nominated for beta backport, and the team should decide whether to accept or reject it.
@rustbot nominate <team>— Adds the
I-nominatedand the given team’s label. This is used to nominate an issue for the team to discuss.
@rustbot beta-accept— Adds the
beta-acceptedlabel. This indicates that it has been approved for beta backport, and someone (usually the release team) will take care of applying the backport.
@rustbot beta-approve— An alias for
Only rust-lang team members may use the nominate commands.
Only teams that are listed in the configuration can be nominated.
If you need to nominate multiple teams, add each one in a separate command. This is to encourage descriptions of what to do targeted at each team, rather than a general summary.
This feature is enabled on a repository by having a
[nominate] table in
nominate.teams table lists the team names, and the associated labels that should be used for that team.
[nominate.teams] compiler = "T-compiler" release = "T-release" core = "T-core" infra = "T-infra"