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Re: thinking twice about the new issue tracker

From: Trevor Daniels
Subject: Re: thinking twice about the new issue tracker
Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2015 11:30:00 +0100

Federico Bruni wrote Wednesday, September 02, 2015 10:27 AM
> Il giorno mer 2 set 2015 alle 11:11, Trevor Daniels <address@hidden> ha 
> scritto:
>>> meanwhile we use Bitbucket or Github? Not Free services, I know, but at 
>>> least their business model seems honest. 
>> This is on the GC FAQ covering migration to GitHub: 
>>> Error "Project cannot be migrated because it has too many issues." There is 
>>> a hard limit on the number of issues that can be exported by the tool, per 
>>> repo. If your project has more than 1,000 issues the export will fail. 
>> We have over 4,000. With image attachments.
> That was the one-button migration. 
> I followed this guide:
> And migrated the issues in 10 minutes.

That is impressive; looks like I was misled.

> I made the bitbucket repository public:

I don't see how to set up searches; is that possible?

And we'd be limited to 5 developers, unless we pay, it seems.
Hardly opensource.


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