Last modified: 2014-02-12 23:39:59 UTC
Merges by jenkins-bot bear no information: the true information is that someone approved the change. Sure, that everything went well is nice to know, but reviewers/owners/whatever are those who have to check and email notifications take care of that.
Example of redundant info:
10.23 < gerrit-wm> New review: Nikerabbit; "Tested both the old and new editor in couple of cases." [mediawiki/extensions/Translate] (master);
V: 1 C: 2; - https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/54827
10.28 < gerrit-wm> Change merged: jenkins-bot; [mediawiki/extensions/Translate] (master) - https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/54827
(Maybe "V: 1 C: 2" is a bit cryptic, but that would be another bug.)
Merging into bug 46452.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 46452 ***
(In reply to comment #1)
> Merging into bug 46452.
Reversed the merge and updated summary: [[wikitech:grrrit-wm]] is the new bot.
It seems this request became controversial, see bug 46452 comment 9, so for now the resolution of bug 46452 means we have basically doubled the traffic on the channel for merges.
jenkins-bot merges are asynchronous, so I think it makes sense to not suppress them.