Use the new simpler `Pick into X.Y` labels workflow after the 7th

Signed-off-by: Rémy Coutable's avatarRémy Coutable <[email protected]>
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* Fixes for security issues
* New or updated translations (as long as they do not touch application code)
During the feature freeze all merge requests that are meant to go into the upcoming
release should have the correct milestone assigned _and_ have the label
~"Pick into Stable" set, so that release managers can find and pick them.
Merge requests without a milestone and this label will
not be merged into any stable branches.
Fixes marked like this will be shipped in the next RC for that release. Once
the final RC has been prepared ready for release on the 22nd, further fixes
marked ~"Pick into Stable" will go into a patch for that release.
If a merge request is to be picked into more than one release it will also need
the ~"Pick into Backports" label set to remind the release manager to change
the milestone after cherry-picking. As before, it should still have the
~"Pick into Stable" label and the milestone of the highest release it will be
picked into.
During the feature freeze all merge requests that are meant to go into the
upcoming release should have the correct milestone assigned _and_ the
`Pick into X.Y` label where `X.Y` is equal to the milestone, so that release
managers can find and pick them.
Merge requests without this label will not be picked into the stable release.
For example, if the upcoming release is `10.2.0` you will need to set the
`Pick into 10.2` label.
Fixes marked like this will be shipped in the next RC (before the 22nd), or the
next patch release.
If a merge request is to be picked into more than one release it will need one
`Pick into X.Y` label per release where the merge request should be back-ported
to.
For example, if the current patch release is `10.1.1` and a regression fix needs
to be backported down to the `9.5` release, you will need to assign it the
`10.1` milestone and the following labels:
- `Pick into 10.1`
- `Pick into 10.0`
- `Pick into 9.5`
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