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Re: Salsa

On Thu, Apr 26, 2018 at 04:10:40AM +0200, Cyril Brulebois wrote:
>Steve McIntyre <steve@einval.com> (2018-04-26):
>> In each case, the old alioth repo will now reject pushes. The new
>> repos are each set up to use KGB to announce changes in #debian-boot
>> as previously. I've not (yet) spent any time on updating all the
>> debian/control files to point at salsa, or updated mr configs or
>> anything else.
>> The repos involved are:
>> […]
>> bak.debootstrap
>That one should probably go away?

Yup, good call. Didn't see that one in the list, I just did '*.git'
basically. Now deleted.

>I've updated .mrconfig to point to the new location; I'll probably remove the
>“deleted = true” entries as they are for packages in the attic; and those are
>doubly deprecated as they're going to be archived now anyway.


>URLs on dillon (d-i.debian.org host) have been updated to point to salsa.
>A key has been generated there specifically for salsa, ~/.gitconfig has been
>updated to rewrite https into ssh to push using ssh, and I've set up a
>di-l10n-guest account as previously on alioth. I'm told we could be using
>deploy keys, but from a quick glance they seem to work on a project level
>(rather than on the group leve), and I'm not toying with salsa's API right
>away. Also, https://wiki.debian.org/Salsa/Doc#Deployment_keys is in FIXME
>mode. ;) If the di-l10n-guest account remains needed, we should adjust the
>mail address from one of mine to something shared across several people (not
>sure about using debian-boot@ for that…).


>A manual l10n-sync script seems to be working just fine, given the log
>and the commits popping up on IRC. The only issue seems to be this, which is
>likely an issue with the package itself:
>| Everything up-to-date
>| - preseed
>|   - Run debconf-updatepo... failed.
>Migrating away from SVN is still an open task though.

Right. We should get that done next.

Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK.                                steve@einval.com
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