We did it. https://phabricator.wikimedia.org
now contains all the Bugzilla
reports. If you need to check the original Bugzilla, it can be found at
(never mind the certificate warning, it
will go away today or so).
* If your Bugzilla activity still hasn't been assigned to you, just
wait. bzimport is processing the data of about 800 users. It assigns tasks
first, then comments. Don't be surprised if you see a task assigned to you,
while your comments still belong to bzimport.
* Another ongoing background task: after injecting 73k tasks, it is
possible that not all the content is indexed yet, so some search results
might still be missing.
* Join and watch the projects that matter to you. We have almost 700
new projects imported that nobody is watching currently. This is especially
relevant if you were "default CC" in Bugzilla components. Details:
* Do not change project names and policies for now. You may break links
in Phabricator and mediawiki.org
* Bugzilla URLs redirect to Phabricator (most of them) or old-bugzilla
If you find bugs, please report them under the "Phabricator" project. If
you need support, ask in #wikimedia-devtools.
As usual, all the relevant details can be found at
BIG THANK YOU to everybody involved in this big, long, and complex
migration. It has been really exciting to deploy a Phabricator instance
with 75k tasks, the biggest Maniphest container we are aware of.
And well, this is only the beginning. Right now we will focus in the most
urgent post-Bugzilla-migration tasks, while starting to prepare the RT
migration. Your tasks, comments, and tokens are welcome. Check the current
backlog at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/maniphest/query/y2CdmZwKv3oZ/#R
Engineering Community Manager @ Wikimedia Foundation