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Re: Concerns about infrastructure for Alioth replacement

On Mon, 16 Oct 2017, Francesco Poli wrote:

> Hello,
> I am a Debian contributor (and Alioth user).
> First off, I think that [replacing] Alioth with something more
> maintainable is a good thing to do and I am grateful to the people who
> are working hard to make this happen.
> [replacing]: <https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2017/09/msg00004.html>
> I read through the [minutes] of the Alioth sprint and I learned that
> GitLab has been chosen as the project-hosting-system to use (rather
> than Pagure, which was initially suggested). Well, let's hope that
> things go smoothly, despite the "open core" strategy followed by the
> company behind GitLab (a strategy that I dislike)...
> [minutes]: <https://gobby.debian.org/export/Sprints/AliothSuccessors2017/Minutes>
> In the [minutes], I read:
> [...]
> | * Decision: We are going with GitLab and we are using upstreams packages.
In fact thats not the case anymore. We are using the source, managed as a
non-root user on a dsa managed machine. 


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