On Tue, 21 Jan 2014 10:23:40 -0500 (EST)
Martin Krizek <mkrizek(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> As a general note, I'm not fully happy when the source code lives
> somewhere else than the issues do. It confuses people. But if we
> want to keep easy-to-browse-and-fork functionality (bitbucket) and
> full-featured-review functionality (phab), it seems we don't have
> much choice. At least we should always disable the issue support on
> bitbucket for every project.
Weren't we going to move repos to phab as well?
It's a possibility but not something that we'd discussed much as of yet.
Phabricator is capable of hosting repositories but it would require
some reconfiguration and testing. The feature is a newer addition and
I'd want to test it a bit in staging before moving all of our code
Any thoughts on how soon we might want to explore this? If we go this
route, folks will have to upload their ssh pubkeys to phabricator
because I strongly suspect there's no clean way of getting that data
from FAS (if it's even possible at all).