Pencil the dates below, which need to be agreed with our close neighbors in
order to become official.
On Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 11:05 PM, Quim Gil <qgil(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
Tomorrow, we will start discussing possible dates for
the Bugzilla and RT
migrations. While we keep working on open tasks, the next milestone is to
announce the dates of these migrations.
As posted in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T15
The Wikimedia Phabricator team proposes to start migrating Bugzilla on
Friday 21 November and during the weekend, with a possibility to require
Monday 24 to complete the migration. Before that date, you can expect:
* T843: Complete Bugzilla migration test review period
<https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T843> including a bugzillapreview
instance regenerated with a sample of 500 tasks, showcasing the fixes to
the bugs reported during the community review.
* Dates and procedure (T535) agreed with the Wikimedia Foundation
Engineering and Product Development management, with explicit approval from
the Release Team and Ops.
* Dates for the RT migration, which we plan to propose soon, considering
that they might be after the Bugzilla migration and therefore cause another
Phabricator downtime, theoretically shorter.
* All the tasks in #Bugzilla-Migration that must be completed before the
migration will be resolved; the rest of tasks in this project will be
assigned to people ready to proceed as planned during the migration.
Engineering Community Manager @ Wikimedia Foundation