Quoting Cyril Brulebois (email@example.com): > > I think I will have to leave the Salsa -boot project to you and the > > rest of the team going forwards. > > Thanks for having shown interest and having set up a project so much in > advance, and sorry again for not having jumped on that train at the > time… On my side, well, I'm watching the Salsa train from the platform and I have to admit that I'm not active at all in the Salsa move. While I very well understand reasons behind Alioth's shutdown, it breaks so many established workflows of mine that, since the beginning, I decided that I would be a follower on that topic. I never wanted to enter arguments on -devel about this, but I think this move is way too disruptive, with regards of the *real* situation of manpower in Debian. If I can adapt my workflows to changes needed by the move to Salsa, then I'm fine with it, that's mostly how I follow things. As of now, I know that l10n workflows *will* be affected, that's obvious.
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