We still have a few miscellaneous things hosted in:
since fedorahosted is dying next February, what should we do with them?
Move to Pagure. I can do it right away if nobody objects, I've already set up a
Is this the point where we should finally decide whether to use
Phabricator's built-in repository support or Pagure for this stuff and
the stuff we currently host on bitbucket?
Phabricator works well with remote repos, and I don't think there's any strong
advantage in using local Phab repos. On Pagure we will get more visibility for the
projects, easy forking, etc. Also certain simple repos (like the one above) can be
completely fine with Pagure issue tracker and thus don't need to be configured in Phab
(the UI is more difficult there for filing new bugs). I'd go with Pagure, for all our
A slightly off topic, Adam, would you happen to know why Fedora doesn't self-host
Pagure under say https://apps.fedoraproject.org/pagure
, which would allow e.g. FAS group
integration (unlike now, when we need to mirror our FAS groups inside pagure.io)?