[Piglit] GitLab migration of Piglit

Eric Anholt eric at anholt.net
Mon Jun 4 22:29:40 UTC 2018

Jason Ekstrand <jason at jlekstrand.net> writes:

> All,
> Sorry for the mess of GitLab e-mails but there are a lot of questions to
> ask as this process moves forward.  Today, we're discussing piglit.  I've
> included both the mesa and piglit list in the hopes that people will
> actually see this e-mail.
> Honestly, I expect the migration of piglit to have much less impact on most
> people's daily lives than moving the mesa repo.
> The biggest question I have is whether we actually want to continue to have
> a separate "piglit" group.  With GitLab, we can already give someone
> developer access to piglit without giving them developer access to mesa.
> Mostly, this is a question of whether we consider piglit to be it's own
> project on freedesktop or a sub-project of mesa.  I don't know the answer
> to that question.

So far, having it be a separate group has just been a pain in getting
people to contribute to piglit, when we mistakenly forget to add mesa
devs to it.  I don't think we need it to be a separate committer group.
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