Migrating Wayland & Weston to GitLab
Erik De Rijcke
derijcke.erik at gmail.com
Thu May 31 08:36:01 UTC 2018
First of all I'd like to say that the move to Gitlab makes me really happy
\o/! It will definitely lower the contribution barrier for a lot of people
(including me!) as things are now far more accessible, visible and overall
easier to manage.
Which brings me to a remark/question on how merge requests are done. Is
there any plan to allow/move merge requests to Gitlab? Having a central
point of all things code related would really make things clear and
visible, and overall easier to contribute.
Being able to utilize Gitlab, manage your account, create your own fork and
then having to do a git-send-email would really defeat the point of the
whole move to Gitlab imho.
Anyway, just my 2 cents. Very glad to see this Gitlab thing moving forward!
Erik 'zubzub' De Rijcke
2018-05-31 9:47 GMT+02:00 Daniel Stone <daniel at fooishbar.org>:
> Hi all,
> On 29 May 2018 at 10:59, Daniel Stone <daniel at fooishbar.org> wrote:
> > I intend to migrate the wayland/wayland-protocols/wayland-web/weston
> > repository hosting only (issues disabled, MR submission disabled) this
> > evening. Anyone trying to push to git.fd.o will get an error message
> > pointing them to the wiki page telling them how to configure their
> > remotes and set up their accounts. Anyone having trouble with this is
> > welcome to contact me and I can help figure it out.
> > This leaves the wayland-build-tools and wayland-java repositories
> > orphaned in cgit; both have been inactive for quite some time.
> I've done this now. For the meantime, I've left wayland-protocols back
> on the old infrastructure; given the discussion about what we should
> be doing with wayland-protocols, it seemed prudent to wait.
> The following people have access from the Wayland group as it stands:
> daniels, anholt, derek, bryce, whot, pq, krh, jwrdegoede, tomeu,
> nroberts, dvdhrm, jadahl, jekstrand, rdp.effort, zubzub, sardemff7,
> iksaif, bnf, uartie, darxus, sree
> I would propose to prune the following developers who are no longer
> (TTBOMK) active in Wayland and haven't been for at least a couple of
> Pruning people wouldn't at all be a one-way process; everyone would of
> course be more than welcome back if they rejoined, and I'd be happy to
> see them keep contributing.
> I also propose to give the following people 'master' permission,
> allowing them to add/remove people from the project, as well as do
> special things like force-push: myself, Derek, Kristian, and Pekka.
> Does anyone have any thoughts at all on this, or alternative suggestions,
> wayland-devel mailing list
> wayland-devel at lists.freedesktop.org
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