On Tue, Jan 05, 2021 at 05:09:27PM +0100, Pierre-Yves Chibon wrote:
Good Morning Everyone,
I've been looking at all the projects we have under the fedora-infra org on
We have 134 projects there:
- 45 of them are archived
- 1 is a mirror
- 4 are forks: https://github.com/fedora-infra?type=fork
- Last commit on November 2020
- Seems up to date with its parent project
I think someone forked this to add some yubikey info?
But in any case I don't think we need it now.
- master branch
- last commits October 2020 (previous ones 2017)
- 40 commits ahead of master in its parent project
- develop branch
- last commits 2015
- 26 commits ahead of master in its parent project
Alas, we still use this for bodhi I am pretty sure.
At least bodhi-backend01 has:
- last commit March 2020
- 415 commits behind its parent project
- Last commit August 2014
- 22 commits behind its parent project
No idea on those two.
Are they being used/developed?
Do we need them?
If not, can we simply delete them?
- 85 are "source" repo.
Of these I would like to propose that we archive the following 24:
Then we have a these four that we run but do not maintain and that
may want to
find a better place:
Yep. Lets see is OSPO wants them somewhere...
This would reduce the number of projects down to 57 projects most of
run and maintained by Fedora Infrastructure.
Still a lot. ;)
Then, I am also wondering if we should move the archived projects to another
organisation just to keep the list of projects somewhat manageable.
We could. Github does filter the archived ones out some, so I don't know
if it's worth the trouble, but if you think it's worth it we can.