On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 08:19:22AM -0700, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Thu, 20 Feb 2014 12:33:39 +0100
Pierre-Yves Chibon <pingou(a)pingoured.fr> wrote:
> For about a year now we have a bunch of project on github. With it,
> we benefit from its UI and easy access for new contributors.
> But github is proprietary so not so in line with our spirit.
> Although git is decentralized I think we should keep a clone of our
> projects on fedorahosted, just for the shake of saying, our infra
> does not depend on github and if github goes down tomorrow, one can
> still access the sources.
> With that I mind, I created the ticket #4212 , the idea is to run
> a cron job that would clone/pull all the projects under the
> fedora-infra group of github.
> Do you have another idea/suggestion?
I think doing this is a great idea. ;)
What about using grokmirror?
(packaged as python-grokmirror)
I don't know our git infra yet (I'm still in apprentices) so it'll be a
When it's about mirroring git(hub) repos than I think that it's good to
consider gitorious as the solution. It's FOSS and just do the job. Even
bi-directionally. I think that might be interesting for you guys :)
And a working solution from Gluster guys:
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