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Re: Salsa migration status


On 17/04/18 16:43, beuc@debian.org wrote:
> On 31/01/2018 15:42, Simon McVittie wrote:
>> On Wed, 31 Jan 2018 at 15:21:00 +0100, Andreas Tille wrote:
>>> I assume that there will be some mass-migration of all pkg-games
>>> packages from git.d.o to salsa.d.o.  If not please let me know and I'd
>>> feel responsible for this very package to do the migration step.
>> The main reason why I haven't already done a mass-migration is that
>> there's some setup (the webhook to tag bugs as pending, and the
>> emailed commit notifications for tracker.debian.org) that has to be
>> done separately for each repository (assuming it's desired - I've been
>> setting those up for things I maintain).
>> If you migrate individual packages now, they can just be skipped when
>> someone (presumably) does a mass-migration of remaining packages later.
>> There doesn't seem much point in updating Vcs-* twice, so you might
>> as well proceed directly to salsa.debian.org, IMO.
> I'm a bit lost with the various alioth/salsa discussions.
> Since we've just received an ULTIMATUM about Alioth closing next month,
> I figure I'd ask:
> Is a mass-migration is planned?
> Or should I just manually migrate the packages I contribute to and that
> are not on salsa yet?

I don't think anything is planned (that I know of).

If it helps, I did a lot of the mass importing for the multimedia team
and created a script to help out. I can modify it for the games team and
do the import:

The multimedia team are also (slowly) switching back to
debian-multimedia@lists.d.o as their maintainer list. Is this a good
idea for the games team to start doing as well given that the migrated
alioth lists might disappear in a few years?


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