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Re: GitLab CI setup file in scratch/tzz/gitlab

From: Dmitry Gutov
Subject: Re: GitLab CI setup file in scratch/tzz/gitlab
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2017 18:16:34 +0300
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On 27.04.2017 17:59, Eli Zaretskii wrote:

It sounds silly. We should have an accessible, friendly CI instance for
all our users.

I don't understand this attack.  We didn't yet decide that this site
will be our CI site.

If we don't like it, we can easily delete the file. It's low-conflict, low-maintenance. There's almost zero cost to adding it.

Further, the contents of the file are not tied to the "site", just to GitLab as a project. It can be used by other GitLab installations without changes.

> Until we do, why should we function as someone
> else's repository??

From that perspective, Ted has already done what you're asking (committed the change into a different repository).

The first message of this thread is a request to take a further step, to make a fair evaluation easier.

As a result of having this file in master, the GitLab instance will build all later branches that are pushed to the repository (with some possible exceptions).

I am restating here the second paragraph of that email, BTW.

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