On 07/13/19 11:28, Max Rees wrote:
> My understanding is that we were planning on retiring the wiki.
> would be an excellent time to do so.
Agreed. We are already moving some stuff to GitLab wikis and that seems
appropriate. For other cases we should move forward on previous
proposals to provision project-specific static websites (perhaps via
GitLab static site generation).
As noted, it's quicker to just migrate them and move them off after.
Unless someone else wants to pay for an August at Integricloud :/
> I think that bts should be retired and merged with gitlab, or
> alternatively it can be on the same server if retiring it is
> contra-indicated (e.g. due to gitlab being unable to provide
> bug-tracking without a git repo associated).
No. GitLab issues are not sufficient for the needs of proper bug tracking.
> The mailing lists should be on hosting separate from our other
> infrastructure, since it can and should be usable regardless of the
> rest of our infrastructure's dispositions.
This is an important point and I agree.
Consensus seems to be building on this point.
I will look in to alternative hosting for the mailing lists, and perhaps
write a (much smaller!) proposal with the options I find.
A. Wilcox (awilfox)
Project Lead, Adélie Linux