[Standards] Evaluating gitlab.com as new location for XEP Editor repositories (xeps+registar)
kevin.smith at isode.com
Mon Jun 15 08:16:45 UTC 2020
I agree with Sam that it is very desirable for PRs to be accepted on github, for the sake of contribution to the XSF - I *really* would not like to see the repo move. If it’s at all practical for us to stay there, I think that is the best option.
That said, if there is no other practical alternative to moving, I consider having a working Editor process/team to be the more important consideration. Contributions on GitHub that are never processed because we have no Editors willing to work with that tooling is worse than fewer contributions on GitLab that are handled. We are a volunteer org.
> On 14 Jun 2020, at 17:00, Jonas Schäfer <jonas at wielicki.name> wrote:
> On Sonntag, 14. Juni 2020 17:17:44 CEST Sam Whited wrote:
>> Ahh, I see, this is a Docker Hub issue. I completely agree that Docker
>> Hub has not been a success. It is also quite easy to build Docker
>> images with other CI platforms though while remaining on GitHub (ie. I
>> think you already submitted a PR to use a GitLab CI build). I've built
>> Docker images with GitHub actions (my preferred solution), Sourcehut
>> builds (would be my preferred solution, except that it's still very
>> *very* alpha and I'd hate for people to have yet another account just
>> for CI), and GitLab CI in fact (which I was not a fan of but I'm not
>> the one configuring it or having to deal with it for now so that
>> doesn't really matter).
> That’s a good suggestion which did not occur to me, thank you.
> I’ll evaluate if we can integrate GitLab CI with GitHub sufficiently to
> achieve the goals. This evaluation will at first happen independently of the
> XSF repositories.
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