I'd like us to start by proposing the upstream change that we'd ideally want. If we encounter resistance, we should fall back to this approach.
@jsuereth and @dashpole, curious to hear your thoughts too.
Removed branch protection rule, allowing this PR to be merged.
Should we temporarily mark that check as not required, instead of removing it altogether? (Note we'll have to mark it as not required even if we merge this PR.)
chore(main): release 5.0.3 (#853)
Merge branch 'main' into fix/logging-init
You'll also need to remove the required check for tests-python3.6.
Removed Travis CI branch protection rule so that this PR can be merged.
OpenCensus is meant to be in maintenance mode, so I would expect the minimum required versions of its dependencies to remain unchanged unless there's a high priority bugfix or security vulnerability. This should apply to the Go version as well.
I would support
I would want OpenCensus-Go to keep building and testing against an old version of Go, and relying on the backwards compatibility of the Go language and stdlib for newer versions.
Happy to discuss in person if I'm misunderstanding the purpose of this PR.