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Re: Gitlab Evaluation & Migration

On Tue, Feb 26, 2019 at 10:26 PM <boud@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 2019-02-26 10:13, Ben Cooksley wrote:
> > No decision has been made, that's what this thread is about.
> > I may have my personal views on what may be best, but that's all they
> > are - my views.
> I might be one of the few KDE contributors who actively likes
> phabricator, but I'm all for migrating. I've had a number of questions,
> but those have all been answered satisfactorily.
> * can new contributors without push access to the main repos still
> submit patches: yes
> * is our phabricator history safe: yes
> * I've seen one workboard per project, that's not ideal, otoh, the Krita
> community early on went overboard with workboards, so we can make do
> with that
> * it's possible to add images to issues, so the lack of mockups isn't
> that important -- we organized our mockups per task in any case
> I'm still not happy with how issue tracking and project management are
> conflated, but I guess I can live with that, as long as we keep bugzilla
> for user bug reports.

At this time we do most definitely plan to keep Bugzilla for user bug reports.

> We discussed this topic at yesterday's weekly Krita meeting, and
> everyone agreed that we are in favor of moving to gitlab.
> Boudewijn