On Fri, 2020-04-03 at 14:46 -0500, Michael Catanzaro wrote:
On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 12:10 pm, Adam Williamson
> I assume Gitlab likes money. :P
$100/month per user for Ultimate (the only offering that meets the
"requirements")... 2339 packages in FAS... so $233900 * 12 works out to
roughly $3 million per year just for Fedora, assuming we never let
anybody other than approved Fedora packagers use the instance. Or in
terms of salary: a couple dozen software developers, more or less.
I wonder if that's really more cost-effective than hiring a couple more
I mean, I'm assuming we will be deploying RH's crack negotiating teams
at this :)
> Another is requirement 19 ("As a Project
contributor...I want to be able to use kanban boards...So that my team
can easily schedule and prioritize work in a visible way").
Kanban is actually an open source feature:
Hmm. Looking closer at the feature lists:
it looks like maybe *basic* board capabilities are in Core but more
advanced stuff - "Multiple Group Issue Boards", "Single level Epics",
"Deploy Boards", "Multi-level Epics" - are in Premium and Ultimate?
not an expert.
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