I don't believe there is any release or deployment process for userJS on
the projects, certainly nothing formal or standardized. In some way,
Gadgets 2.0/3.0 was designed with these issues in mind, but that project is
currently stalled, as far as I know. What you're doing is likely what I
and other WMF folks would recommend (version control, tests if feasible,
careful deployment with an announcement to users if you have some channel
of communication, etc). If you'd ever like a quick security review of the
code or possibly some aggregated data on its usage, feel free to create a
task in Phabricator.
On Mon, Oct 26, 2020 at 11:27 AM Roy Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I maintain spi-tools.js
> <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:RoySmith/spi-tools.js>. The source
> is in github. At the moment, my "release process" (if you could call it
> that) is to edit
> User:RoySmith/spi-tools.js and copy-paste the new version. This works,
> but it's clunky. Is there some pre-existing tool for this?
> I could build some little tool to to do this, but if something already
> exists, no need to reinvent the wheel.
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