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Re: ideas to improve patch and CI integration
Funny you say that, Today I had to try 5 times to get a bug submitted on
LP, kept giving me internal server errors....
On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 6:57 PM Seth Hillbrand <seth@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Am 2018-10-22 11:22, schrieb Wayne Stambaugh:
> > On 10/22/2018 11:10 AM, Mark Roszko wrote:
> >>> If the community edition meets the projects needs, all the better.
> >> Yep, should far more than enough. There are definitely some "nicer"
> >> features in the enterprise edition but at the same time its stuff that
> >> isn't be used right now anyway and won't really hurt anything.
> >> For further proof. GNOME uses Gitlab Community Edition
> >> now https://gitlab.gnome.org
> >>> It makes sense to do this in manageable pieces so as not to overload
> >> our great benefactor.
> >> Ah, the way it works is we can deploy and manage the stuff ourselves.
> > Even setting up gitlab on their servers? If so, that's a sweet deal.
> > I
> > probably should be kept in the loop so I can keep track of what is
> > going
> > on in the project.
> Hi All-
> I would love a more modern interface to bug tracking and branch
> management. I've used a GitLab instance for a number of projects
> locally and find that it works as expected.
> That said, for all of its warts, Launchpad has been remarkable stable
> with virtually 0 downtime and 0 data loss.
> Hosting our own stack sounds like a logistical challenge. While gnome
> hosts their own, they also pay for a team of sysadmins . Perhaps
> this also exists in the systems being referenced here but, if not, we
> might be better off utilizing either GitHub or GitLab directly.
>  https://www.gnome.org/foundation/careers/devops-sysadmin/
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