Bug#845297: Migration to Salsa
El 27/04/18 a las 17:43, Steve McIntyre escribió:
> On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 11:01:03AM +0200, Laura Arjona Reina wrote:
>> Hello again
>> El 18/04/18 a las 01:33, Laura Arjona Reina escribió:
>>> * I will copy the migrated-to-git webwml repos (the tests) to
>>> https://salsa.debian.org/groups/webmaster-team/webwml/ labelling them as
>>> tests so people don't get confused. If you want to hack on those and you
>>> were not added as "developer" of the group yet, please request join the
>>> group and me or other admin will grant permissions.
>> This is done now:
>> I will remove the "test repos" in my personal space in Salsa, and in Alioth.
> So... Laura and I were talking on IRC yesterday. I've been swamped
> with a range of family things that removed my "free" time over the
> last few months, so I've been unable to really help much so far. Laura
> has been talking about running a sprint to work on the migration. I
> think that sounds like a splendid idea, but I can't really travel much
> at the moment. However, I'm thinking of taking some vacation (a week
> or so) from my day job during May to get stuck in here. When are other
> people available?
For now I have May free so I am available mostly European
evenings/nights but probably at other times too.
I cannot travel much at this moment either but if we decide 2-3 days to
do a "distributed" or "remote" sprint I would do my best to be more
available (remotely) for website work in those days.
> What can I help with? I'm OK-ish in perl, so I'm thinking of looking
> at the translation workflow stuff, unless that's already in hand.
Yes please! I would propose to work in this repo:
and when we have ready the new scripts or adapted the current ones, we
can make patches of those commits and apply them in the CVS webwml repo,
and then when we run again the cvs2git script for the final migration,
the resultant repo will contain the good scripts.
> https://wiki.debian.org/WebsiteGitTransition still the canonical place
> to track the planning?
I have just reviewed and updated it with the current status of things.
So as for today, I think that reading the wiki page (alone) should give
an idea of what has been done, the remaining work, and the other
ideas/approaches that we could try.
Laura Arjona Reina