[ClusterLabs Developers] [RFC] Time to migrate authoritative source forge elsewhere?

Digimer lists at alteeve.ca
Thu Jun 7 18:27:07 EDT 2018

On 2018-06-07 06:21 PM, Jan Pokorný wrote:
> On 07/06/18 15:40 -0500, Ken Gaillot wrote:
>> On Thu, 2018-06-07 at 11:01 -0400, Digimer wrote:
>>> I think we need to hang tight and wait to see what the landscape
>>> looks like after the dust settles. There are a lot of people on
>>> different projects under the Clusterlabs group. To have them all
>>> move in coordination would NOT be easy. If we do move, we need to
>>> be certain that it's worth the hassle and that we're going to the
>>> right place.
>>> I don't think either of those can be met just now. Gitlab has had
>>> some well publicized, major problems in the past. No solution I
>>> know of is totally open, so it's a question of "picking your
>>> poison" which doesn't make a strong "move" argument.
>>> I vote to just hang tight, say for 3~6 months, then start a new
>>> thread to discuss further.
>> +1
>> I'd wait until the dust settles to see if a clear favorite emerges.
>> Hopefully this will spur the other projects to compete more strongly on
>> features.
>> My gut feeling is that ClusterLabs may end up self-hosting one or
>> another of the open(ish) projects; our traffic is low enough it
>> shouldn't involve much admin. But as you suggested, I wouldn't look
>> forward to the migration. It's a time sink that means less coding on
>> our projects.
> Hopefully not at all:
> https://docs.gitlab.com/ce/user/project/import/github.html
> Btw. just to prevent any sort of squatting, I've registered
> https://gitlab.com/ClusterLabs & sharing now the intended dedication
> of this namespace publicly in a signed email in case it will turn
> up useful and the bus factor or whatever kicks in.

Thanks! I registered a personal account there, just in case. Hoping I
don't need it though...

Papers and Projects: https://alteeve.com/w/
"I am, somehow, less interested in the weight and convolutions of
Einstein’s brain than in the near certainty that people of equal talent
have lived and died in cotton fields and sweatshops." - Stephen Jay Gould

More information about the Developers mailing list