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@DaB+Silke: Thanks for your infos!!
@Ryan: Of course I am trying labs already since quite some time now...
;) But you know there are some issues...
(1) is the mail thing - which should be solved soon
(2) is what to do with tools that are non-free or use non-free
libraries? What e.g. when the tool developer got permission to use a
library and it is open source - but the owner does not want to make it
free? Or the license(s) labs wants to enforce?
On 20.08.2013 08:31, Ryan Lane wrote:
On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 1:35 PM, Dr. Trigon
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If you're asking "is it safe to move
tools to Labs", my
experience so far say "yes". I can't speak for all unique
toolserver features, though.Cheers,Magnus
If you don't care about losing your (nfs)
file system every once
in a while and having very slow databases, you can probably
start moving stuff to toollabs. I'm waiting for these bugs to be
fixed. It's been more than 3 months now and no clear estimate
when it will be fixed.
Yes that was also my experience - I started using Labs under the
bots project and it was not that reliable than TS, e.g. no backups
of the file system and stuff like that - hope this has changed with
the tools project now.
You're in for a world of difference. If you haven't switched over,
you should try now.
* Most tools will just run when you copy them to
Tool Labs. Just
in case: Need help adapting a tool? Ask me and I'll do what I
get > you help, e.g. from my colleague Johannes Kroll.
E.g. what about E-Mail? Do I have the possibility to forward mail
addresses like e.g. drtrigonbot(a)tools.wmflabs.org
<mailto:email@example.com> into a file?
This isn't available yet, but we hope to have this worked out soon.
It's waiting on legal.
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