On 23/01/2014 02:02 πμ, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 00:41:52 +0400
Peter Lemenkov <lemenkov(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> 2014/1/23 Kevin Fenzi <kevin(a)scrye.com>:
>> Can you please file a infrastructure ticket on this and I will get
>> it updated.
> Don't know what others think, but I personally prefer GitHub pull
> requests because they are much simpler and don't involve any
> interaction with stone age software like trac or various MTAs. Just
> out of the curiosity why don't we mirror anything related to
> Fedora-Infra at GitHub? We actually have a working Fedora-Infra
> organisation here:
While github is nice for pulls and patches, it's not so great for
tickets and support needs.
github issues are very primitive last I looked and wouldn't meet Fedora
Infrastructures needs, IMHO.
> Btw I'm also playing with BFO and would love to have a chance to
> improve it. Unfortunately a lot of current projects still hosts on
> Fedorahosting which is so awful that it should be better to abandon it
> completely in favor of something much better (GitHub of self-hosted
> GitLab instance maybe)
Sorry you feel that way.
There was a google summer of code project to package up gitlab, but I
don't think it's complete.
Sorry for replying late... Yeap, gitlab packaging still is not complete
due to my lack of time unfortunately. But I'm working on it :)
Additionally, gitlab != github. There's a
vast amount of difference between them. ;(
Well that depends on what you want from such a tool. github has set a
status quo and comparing it to gitlab is inevitable, I will agree. But
gitlab has pretty much all the functionality you would need. You could
also set an external tracker for your issues, redmine works but not sure
about trac though.
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