[Ci-users] centos-ci as collaborator on repository

Wed Jun 8 15:19:10 UTC 2016
Hardy Ferentschik <hferents at redhat.com>

Hi there,

I have been following this guide in order to setup GitHub integration for a build job
I created on ci.centos.org - https://ci.centos.org/job/vagrant-service-manager/

The integration works in the way that if I push to master or create a pull request, 
the build starts and does it thing. However, it seems the plugin can now write back
the status of a build. I keep seeing exceptions like this in the build (which otherwise
complete fine):

GitHub pull request #259 of commit f511fb644e90ce050f49efbee14d3c57b9ed8380, no merge conflicts.
Setting status of f511fb644e90ce050f49efbee14d3c57b9ed8380 to PENDING with url https://ci.centos.org/job/vagrant-service-manager/51/ and message: 'Build started sha1 is merged.'
FileNotFoundException means that the credentials Jenkins is using is probably wrong. Or the user account does not have write access to the repo.

I added centos-ci as collaborator to the vagrant-service-manager plugin, however, it says
now "awaiting centos-ci response". I think centos-ci needs to accept the collaboration invite.
How does this happen? Is there anything I need to do or is there someone manually reviewing invites?
If this is really the problem, it would be nice to add a sentence or two about this part of the


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