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Re: Savannah bug tracker disabled?


From: Matt Rice
Subject: Re: Savannah bug tracker disabled?
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2019 01:39:26 +0000

On Tue, Nov 5, 2019 at 12:59 AM Gregory Casamento
<address@hidden> wrote:
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> On Mon, Nov 4, 2019 at 1:36 PM Jordan Schidlowsky <address@hidden> wrote:
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>> Is everyone here forgetting git is not svn?  git is a DISTRIBUTED versioning 
>> system.  As in, when you use checkout a repo you have a copy of the ENTIRE 
>> repository.  Github is really just another remote for the repo.  It's 
>> absolutely TRIVIAL to setup a mirror on whatever other service you like 
>> (including hosting your own solution).
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>
> No, I'm not forgetting.
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>> If people are really concerned about the bug/issue tracking being tied to 
>> github's platform, then just do in-repository tracking.  Pretty simple.  If 
>> you wanna take advantage of the GitHub platform for pull requests and issue 
>> tracking then do it.  If you are concerned about ANY part of the project 
>> being tied to a service/hosting provider then just add some process to track 
>> those things in-repository as well...    (include the wiki and the website 
>> as well?)
>>
>> https://github.com/MichaelMure/git-bug  (GPL BTW)
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>
> I like this because it means we can take our bug list with us.  I wish there 
> was a way I could export the bugs from Savannah and import them here.

I kind of like this, What I suppose I would really like is if bug
reports had good support for markdown format, and you could integrate
markdown code blocks directly into the bug thread
and extract them as testcases for use in the testsuite.  I don't know
if there is anything like that out there, but seems like it could be
nice.

Sorry kind of random...


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>> TBH most of this thread is FUD.  git itself solves almost all these 
>> problems.  IMHO, use GitHub as a remote for the repo (the advantages are 
>> clear).  If some don't like GitHub or have issues with it, mirror.  If there 
>> are concerns about vendor lock-in, then track (or additionally track) 
>> in-repository.
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>
> I was simply trying to move things forward.  If people really want me to open 
> back up savannah's bug tracker I will do so, but I believe it's best to use 
> the one here as the main one and that was for older bugs.  No new bugs should 
> be opened there.
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>> On Nov 4, 2019, at 4:46 AM, Ivan Vučica <address@hidden> wrote:
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>> I’ll answer as if you are asking the question and not asking rhetorically.
>>
>> Whoever hosts the project takes over the responsibility for:
>>
>> - storing user credentials
>> - abuse management
>> - security and service upgrades
>> - data migration when moving from service A to service B
>> - possibly even GDPR and other privacy requests (data portability, right to 
>> be forgotten)
>> - backups AND restores
>> - service uptime and monitoring (remember, no SLO means 100% uptime which is 
>> a terrible impossible-to-reach target)
>> - administrative overhead and user support
>> - complaints when things aren’t going right
>> - deciding who gets administrative credentials to execute all of the above
>> - deciding how to finance all this ($5 droplet on digital ocean or something 
>> more?€
>> - technical planning for all the above
>>
>> They take this on even if they are not aware of it.
>>
>> I’m hosting my own stuff. Aside from development work, for three weeks a 
>> quarter hold a pager and/or respond to tickets in my professional life 
>> and/or shepherd automated or semiautomated software deployment processes. 
>> Something like GNUstep hosting would be less labor than that — but it’s 
>> still quite some stuff to be responsible for.
>>
>> This is even before we get into technical choices you should make and how 
>> long it takes to deploy them.
>>
>> apt-get install $LISTOFPACKAGES won’t cut it.
>>
>> On Mon 4 Nov 2019 at 10:26, Umberto Cerrato <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>
>>> Why don’t you self host your project in your own website? Something like a 
>>> self hosted Savannah or similar (there are few around). Then you could: 
>>> modify the UI to make it more GitHub-like and user friendly and leave some 
>>> landing projects on GitHub, GitLab etc. that redirect to your e.g. 
>>> subdomain with hosted files and bug tracker etc.
>>>
>>> Hello there anyway…
>>
>> --
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> Gregory Casamento
> GNUstep Lead Developer / OLC, Principal Consultant
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