[Bf-committers] Migration to git and upgrade projects website
yunier.soad at gmail.com
Tue Oct 15 15:43:25 CEST 2013
Github is also great to grow a bigger community :)
On 10/15/13, Jonathan Williamson <jonathan at cgcookie.com> wrote:
> Cheers! Sounds like you're looking at private GIT hosting? Any reason to
> not simply use something like Github or Bitbucket? They include the full
> tracker and make user management very easy.
> On Tuesday, October 15, 2013, Luke Frisken wrote:
>> Will the branches be moved to git too?
>> On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 9:24 PM, Ton Roosendaal
>> > Hi all,
>> > I had a meeting here with Sergey and Brecht and they proposed to
>> > allocate
>> > 2-3 weeks for them to do the svn-git migration and install a new
>> > tracker
>> > and review system on our projects site.
>> > Such a migration of course would keep all code and tracker history.
>> > Projects site functionality should be at same level as before or better
>> > even. We're looking into Phabricator for this.
>> > The idea is to do most of the work in the "bcon1" period (until
>> > november
>> > or some days later).
>> > Feasibility is being checked on now, a migration plannning should be
>> > proposed here before or on sunday. I've already checked with many
>> > people
>> > who commit frequently and either they'd love to move to git, or they
>> > object to move away from svn. I hope this will prove to be a smooth
>> > transition :)
>> > More news following soon. The git fans can (carefully) start cheering
>> > already though ;)
>> > -Ton-
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