On 23/11/25 04:57PM, Jelle van der Waa wrote:
For all whom it may concern, we are migrating Flyspray issues to Gitlab now and have disabled bug creation/commenting on Flyspray for reports.
Bear with us while we break Arch.
Gromit & Jelle
Things did go smooth and we migrated all issues from flyspray to GitLab! 🥳
This implies the following changes: - Bugs for packages are now opened on the repo hosting the corresponding packaging sources, "Add a new Bug" on the package page will automatically direct you to the correct package. - A list of all issues can be found [here]. To filter for issues assigned to a specific package maintainer, use the filter input box. A link containing the filter can be bookmarked for convenience. - Merge Requests for packaging repos have been enabled - bugs.archlinux.org is readonly and will be replaced by a static clone of the site soon - Navbars on our major webpages have been updated to include a link to GitLab instead of flyspray - the flyspray-migration test group (referenced in previous mails in this thread) has been deleted - Arch Linux Package Maintainers that also want to be assigned to unconfirmed bug of their packages have to react with "🔍" to this [issue]
If you do not have an account for GitLab already please write us a short mail to firstname.lastname@example.org as advised in the banner!
Greetings, Jelle, anthraxx & gromit