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Your team's code base would be opened to all LEGO developers.
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A team ilist would be created lego-TEAMNAME-dev-svn-notify to which at least one team member on your team would subscribe. It's up to you how to have your team review commits, but the requirement is that as part of the experiment you do review you commits.
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Hudson will be changed to notify committers of failed builds even in components they don't own, so that when your team's component builds fail, all contributors would be notified.
There would be education of all LEGO developers in the experiment, and all committers would be trained on the practices they need to follow to commit anything to the experimental tracks' code bases.
Developers contributing to one of the experimental tracks would be expected to do up front communication of intended change to the affected track, and receive permission before committing.
They would be expected to monitor component builds and smoke tests for the component to which they commit, and roll back if there is failure.
They would be expected to support their change, including being called by the owner team for a commit that is problematic, or made without permission