On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 2:23 PM, Bináris <wikiposta(a)gmail.com> wrote:
In a lucky case we will loose the tracked e-mail
threads again. Once on SF
when I opened a new bug or contributed to one, I immediately marked the
e-mail coming from SF with a label, and in Gmail all subsequent mails were
automatically marked as well, so I could easily track my bugs. With moving
to Bugzilla I lost all of them, and tried to get them back one by one. Now
this is a great opportunity to begin from sratch again. I really do enjoy
this ethernal moving from site to site, from version system to version
system, and I would like to propose to make it every month, just for fun.
I share your enthusiasm for this migration. I stopped contributing to
pywiki because of the last migration; my account was disabled in the
process and I couldnt be bothered figuring out how to rectify it .. or
who was responsible.
Is there no way for us to opt-out .. ? It would be nice to keep using
Bugzilla until we've released a stable 2.0.
Also, maybe we should consider migrating to github instead, as it
provides a similar suite of tools, and probably some that phabricator
doesnt have. e.g. the ability to edit source files in via a web
browser, and everyone has their own online repo, and everyone else can
see everyones changes, and pull from each other, etc. Not to mention
a large developer base that doesnt have a Wikimedia account and
probably wont create one in order to submit a minor patch.
Anyone can clone the main repo, make a change, and send their changes
to travis-ci to be tested. e.g.