Moving the repository and issue tracker to GitHub

Hi!

I would like to move the repository and issue tracker to GitHub.

Kouhei, what would it take to perform such a move?

I am willing to spend some time on this task, but I need to know what
you, as project manager, think needs to be done.

I will also need access to the ruby-gnome2 group at GitHub.

Hi,

In CADdV=[email protected]domain.invalid
“[ruby-gnome2-devel-en] Moving the repository and issue tracker to
GitHub” on Fri, 16 Sep 2011 18:26:24 +0200,
Nikolai W. [email protected] wrote:

I would like to move the repository and issue tracker to GitHub.

I agree with only ‘moving the repository to GitHub’.
We keep to use other resources on SF.net.

We keep to open the issue tracker on SF.net. (It seens that
the issue tracker on SF.net is watched just by me…)
We also accept reports in the issue tracker on GitHub. Users
just get an option.

Background:

I disagreed with moving to GitHub a few years ago because we
don’t have good release system. And anyone didn’t work about
it. It meaned that we never release any new version. A few
people and I worked about release system. Now, we can
release Ruby-GNOME2 as gems easily and we could release
1.0.0 :-).

If we move only the repository, we will be able to keep
releasing and developing. This is why I agree with moving to
GitHub now. If you want to move other resouces to GitHub, I
will disagree becasue we can’t release any new version.

Kouhei, what would it take to perform such a move?

We need to migrate Subversion repository to git repository
with all author info. (We need to prepare authors file for
svn2git.)

I am willing to spend some time on this task, but I need to know what
you, as project manager, think needs to be done.

Please migrate the repository type.
(% svn2git
https://ruby-gnome2.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/ruby-gnome2/ruby-gnome2)

I will also need access to the ruby-gnome2 group at GitHub.

What is your GitHub account? I’ll add you to it.

Thanks,

kou

Hi,

On 18/09/2011 02:45, Kouhei S. wrote:

Hi,

InCADdV=[email protected]domain.invalid
“[ruby-gnome2-devel-en] Moving the repository and issue tracker to GitHub” on
Fri, 16 Sep 2011 18:26:24 +0200,
Nikolai W.[email protected] wrote:

I would like to move the repository and issue tracker to GitHub.

I agree with only ‘moving the repository to GitHub’.
We keep to use other resources on SF.net.

Out of curiosity, why not then use git on sf.net if all the other
resources remain there?

Regards,
Sbastien.

On Sun, Sep 18, 2011 at 03:45, Kouhei S. [email protected] wrote:

Nikolai W. [email protected] wrote:

I would like to move the repository and issue tracker to GitHub.

I agree with only ‘moving the repository to GitHub’.
We keep to use other resources on SF.net.

Yes, this is reasonable at this time.

We keep to open the issue tracker on SF.net. (It seens that
the issue tracker on SF.net is watched just by me…)
We also accept reports in the issue tracker on GitHub. Users
just get an option.

This sounds good to.

If we move only the repository, we will be able to keep
releasing and developing. This is why I agree with moving to
GitHub now. If you want to move other resouces to GitHub, I
will disagree becasue we can’t release any new version.

OK.

Kouhei, what would it take to perform such a move?

We need to migrate Subversion repository to git repository
with all author info. (We need to prepare authors file for
svn2git.)

I am willing to spend some time on this task, but I need to know what
you, as project manager, think needs to be done.

Please migrate the repository type.
(% svn2git
https://ruby-gnome2.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/ruby-gnome2/ruby-gnome2)

I will look into this and creating an authors file.

I guess we need to set a date as well. I can work on this today and
tomorrow.

Would it work with everyone if I prepare as much as possible today and
perform the actual conversion tomorrow?

I will also need access to the ruby-gnome2 group at GitHub.

What is your GitHub account? I’ll add you to it.

now

Hi,

In [email protected]
“Re: [ruby-gnome2-devel-en] Moving the repository and issue tracker to
GitHub” on Sun, 18 Sep 2011 13:29:04 +0100,
Sbastien Le Callonnec [email protected] wrote:

Out of curiosity, why not then use git on sf.net if all the other
resources remain there?

We can merge a pull request in our Web browser on GitHub.

Thanks,

kou

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