On Tue, Oct 29, 2019 at 6:30 AM Clement Verna <cverna(a)fedoraproject.org>
On Mon, 28 Oct 2019 at 18:42, Kevin Fenzi <kevin(a)scrye.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 25, 2019 at 02:33:02PM -0400, Randy Barlow wrote:
> > On Fri, 2019-10-25 at 19:04 +0200, Clement Verna wrote:
> > > I think the main reason why we don't already have it on Pagure is
> > > that we don't want to be dependent of our own infrastructure to host
> > > this repo. It currently lives on the batcave01 host which is the box
> > > we use to deploy our infrastructure. So to me if we are going to host
> > > this repository on a git forge I think using an external service
> > > would make sense.
> I don't agree, unless we move/have all/more of our presense there.
> ie, I don't want to move just the fedora infrastructure ansible repo to
> say gitlab and have it there by itself. I think thats really poor for
> discoverability, etc.
Yes I agree with you.
Please forgive the "new guy" ignorance, but I'm trying to understand why
Fedora Infrastructure wouldn't want to host its project on Fedora Pagure.
Shouldn't we eat our own dog food?
> > > After I am not really interested in a long debate in regards of where
> > > that repo should be hosted, to me what matters is that we should have
> > > the Fedora Community in only one place be it GitLab like the Gnome
> > > community or GitHub where we already have fedora-infra, fedora-cloud,
> > > fedora CoreOS.
> Yeah, but any such move will be a long debate I fear.
And open debate is just one of the benefits of open source. I'm learning
from this discussion which is why I joined the project.
> > Yeah GitHub and GitLab are both great.
> Well, from a end user perspective, yes.
> There are ideological issues with both, github isn't open source, gitlab
> is open core and has been making odd decisions of late (see the 'we are
> going to collect metrics on everything" and "we don't drop customers
> to their political views").
> But to get back to the initial question here...
> It sounds like adding the hook now as things are doesn't make too much
> sense? Althought we could run a daily report or something that points
> out issues after they have been commited (so at least we fix it).
> Short term, I'm very keen to have ansible repo PR's. So, perhaps we
> could work something to move it to pagure soon (either repospanner if we
> can handle the performance, or just git on pagure we mirror some way)?
> Happy to discuss this in our meeting thursday? or some other time.
> Longer term, yeah, we may want to move to gitlab/github, but I don't
> think the ansible repo is something I want to be a scout or outlyer, I'd
> want us to have a plan and move things in a coordinated way. I think
> thats a bigger discussion we need to have.
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