[ClusterLabs Developers] Moving gfs2-utils away from fedorahosted.org

Jan Pokorný jpokorny at redhat.com
Tue Jan 17 14:58:31 EST 2017

[adding developers list at clusterlabs to CC]

On 16/01/17 18:45 +0000, Andrew Price wrote:
> On 19/09/16 17:48, Andrew Price wrote:
>> Re: https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/fedorahosted-sunset-2017-02-28/
>> We'll need to find a new host for the cluster projects that haven't
>> migrated away from fedorahosted.org yet.
>> The recommended successor to fedorahosted.org is pagure.io which is a
>> Fedora project, open source, uses the same user account system, allows
>> git hooks to be set up, and has the added advantage that we have a
>> direct line to the admins and developers.
>> [...]
> Progress on this:
> - A new repository has been created at <https://pagure.io/gfs2-utils> and
> everything in the gfs2-utils Fedora Hosted repository has been pushed to it.
> This will be kept mirrored until the switch over.
> - A gfs2-utils maintainers group <https://pagure.io/group/gfs2-utils-maint>
> has been set up and given push access to the repository.
> - Filed a ticket <https://pagure.io/fedora-infrastructure/issue/5696> to get
> the release tarballs etc. migrated over (and hopefully a URL redirect set
> up).
> - Disabled the issue tracker and pull request features for the project as we
> currently have no plans to move away from Bugzilla and email.

Thanks for setting an example on this matter, Andy.

Tangentially touching is a question of "cluster" project at
fedorahosted location incl. still occasionally evolving or at least
valuable material, perhaps subject of future changes -- git tree
itself and the wiki.

For the former, there are still active branches:
- RHEL6 (head currently featuring Andy's recent commit):
- STABLE32 (Chrissie's commit from around the same time as above)

For the latter, there are some pretty authoritative documents, such
as definition of the API that fence agents should provide:

So I think we should arrange for a move to pagure.io for this cluster
project as well if possible, if only to retain the ability to change
something should there be a need.

I can pursuit this if there are no complaints.  Just let me know
(off-list) who aspires to cluster-maint group (to be created)

Jan (Poki)
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