This is going to be a very dumb question.
A year ago, or so, whenever GitHub added required reviews - I thought they were mainly adding a lot of friction compared to the review process we already had going in Reviewable. So I set the flag to disable github review integration entirely.
The main thing I disliked about the GitHub integration is that we have a very simple notion of approval: no open comments and all files reviewed => approved. But there was no (at the time) easy way to do that; instead users had to explicitly pay attention to and set redundantly a checkbox/radio (IIRC) about github reviews.
Now I want to be able to take advantage of CODEOWNERS or something like it - subtree-driven required reviewers with source-of-truth checked in.. Is there an easy way to do this?
.gitattributesand I may be able to stretch that to other predefined files so you can keep everything in Reviewable.
git mv; edit file ;
git commit. Squashing broke that. Of course Reviewable figured it out :). https://reviewable.io/reviews/batfish/batfish/5840