[Mesa-dev] GitLab migration update

Daniel Stone daniel at fooishbar.org
Thu Jun 7 07:25:11 UTC 2018


On 2 June 2018 at 16:45, Jason Ekstrand <jason at jlekstrand.net> wrote:
> When the migration happens, there will be a very brief (less than 30
> minutes?) period during which no one will be able to push to either repo.
> I'll fire off an e-mail as well as messages in #dri-devel and #intel-3d
> shortly before we actually take the repo offline so that everyone has a bit
> of warning.  Once the transition is complete, you'll have to change the git
> remote you use for pushing to point to gitlab.  That should be the ONLY
> change to your current workflow and otherwise things should continue to work
> smoothly.  If someone accidentally tries to push to the remote on
> git.freedesktop.org, the push will fail and they will receive a message
> reminding them to push to gitlab instead.
> When the mesa repo gets imported into gitlab, I will be disabling all of the
> "fancy" features such as merge requests, wikis, issue tracking, etc.  They
> are there for us to use if we want, but the first change to make is simply
> going to be a repo hosting change.

All of the above has been done, and the following repos now have their
primary (and only push) source under
  crucible demos drm glu glut kmscube mesa piglit shader-db vkpipeline-db

The following empty/junk repos were removed:
  llvm mesa-test piglit-test

The following dormant repos were _not_ migrated, but can be migrated
(perhaps to an archive/ section?) if they are still useful:
  clover glw libwsbm linux-agp-compat r600_demo rbug-gui

The following repo I don't really know what to do with, but will chase
up with Jason:

The following repo I'll separately chase up with VMware people about:

Please ping me if you have any problems.


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