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Re: Gitlab and the BTS (was Re: Genesis of the git.d.o/gitlab.d.o confusion)

On Fri, 10 Jun 2016, Jonathan Dowland wrote:
> I was wondering what the Gitlab proponent's thoughts are on how the Issue
> tracker functionality of Gitlab should be used in a Debian context,
> particularly in how it might intersect/interact/conflict with the BTS.

You can enable/disable it per project, might be a good idea to leave it
enabled for upstream projects, and leave it disabled for debian package

Also, you can use external "issue trackers" in gitlab, and these are
also per-project.  It has special support for Redmine and Jira (one for
the Debian BTS would have to be written).  It has very limited support
for an email workflow in its native issue tracker.

I didn't check how well the native gitlab issue tracker would play with
the Debian BTS upstream forwarding.  But it is way more limited/simpler
than the Debian BTS.

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  them all and in the darkness grind them. In the Land of Redmond
  where the shadows lie." -- The Silicon Valley Tarot
  Henrique Holschuh

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