Re: Gitlab Evaluation & Migration
- Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2019 16:49:25 +0300
- From: Konstantin Kharlamov <hi-angel@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Gitlab Evaluation & Migration
В Сб, 23 фев. 2019 в 2:08 ПП (PM), Boudewijn Rempt
On zaterdag 23 februari 2019 10:44:11 CET Ben Cooksley wrote:
A few notes on my side:
* Krita has been using the mockup functionality extensively. We would
miss that functionality, as we actually do UX design for our new
* It's ages since I used gitlab myself (2015, I think), but I've
always found the ease with which a patch can be submitted for a repo
a good thing in phabricator.
As someone who uses gitlab on a dayjob I can tell it's pretty easy too.
With disregard to server interface you do `git push my-fork HEAD`,
right? Now, when you push to gitlab server, you get in the git output a
link that refers to creating a merge request to upstream. You just
click it, and then in a browser press "Ok".
* Is there anything we can have that can replace tasks and
workboards? We usually have some very long-running tasks that get a
lot of sub-tasks and that basically document our development process.
One thing I've learned with Phabricator is that project planning and
issue tracking have nothing to do with each other.