Just like "edit task", however, this shouldn't allow you to edit the task. (just change it for you, drop task.routes, caches and set interactive: true) After creating the task, it should take you to a special waiting page that listens to pulse and waits for the shell artifact to show up before opening the shell (or showing you a link to open the shell).
Ideally, this should rely on a usage.js from references.taskcluster.net, but no such thing is created yet. But we can just do a dirty hack trying to guess the workerType, and hide the button if we don't think the worker is docker-worker. See bug 1164203 for details on usage.js.
See Also: → bug 1164203
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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