On Fri, Apr 21, 2017 at 2:26 AM, Pierre-Yves Chibon <pingou(a)pingoured.fr>
On Thu, Apr 20, 2017 at 01:51:14PM -0600, Clint Savage wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 20, 2017 at 7:45 AM, Pierre-Yves Chibon <
> Good Morning Everyone,
> I figured it has been a while since I reported progress on making
> front-end for dist-git.
> .. snip ..
> What needs to be done:
> - Fix the sync script
> Â - Make it *way* faster than it is
> Â - Make it creates the project on pagure using the releng user
> Â Â relying on the first contributor it finds in the list of
> Â - Make fedmsg-genacls be triggered on pagure's fork fedmsg
> that we
> Â Â re-generate the gitolite configuration file when someone
> Â Â (and thus give them access to their fork)
> - Once above is done: call for more testers
> Would git mirroring work well here? If so, it might be worth checking
> grokmirror. (https://github.com/lfit/grokmirror
Not entirely sure to see how that would work. This seems to mirror git
repositories, but we are not mirroring them here, what we want to mirror
ACLs from pkgdb to gitolite (that we have already) and to pagure (that we
but need to improve/optimize).
Could you expand on what your thoughts were? Maybe I'm miss-understanding
I am not completely sure how pagure worked under the covers, but I know it
uses gitolite, at least that's what I'd read above. At The Linux
Foundation, when I worked there, we mirrored bare repositories using
grokmirror, and fast, too, with hundreds, sometimes thousands, of remotes
Maybe the crux of the problem is around compiling the gitolite.conf (and
its plethora of sub-configuration files), so this might not be a solution
for you. But if it's about syncing between two git resources, grokmirror
would provide that functionality. It's been a while since I've worked with
it, but we could chat on IRC next week and maybe setup an example. Only if
that sort of thing would help though.
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