On 18/10/2020 17:29, LuKaRo wrote:
On 7/22/20 9:18 PM, Giancarlo Razzolini via arch-general wrote:
Em julho 22, 2020 14:31 LuKaRo escreveu:
Thanks for clarifying :) Does that mean that gitlab.archlinux.org is meant to replace git.archlinux.org in the long run, and GitHub will be just a mirror?
Yes, although, things are still not fully defined for everthing. I would say, however, that anything under https://gitlab.archlinux.org/archlinux can be considered the de facto upstream for those projects as of now.
It doesn't mean that mirroring always will be done, or that in some instances that the mirroring won't be done in the opposite direction (ie, from gitlab to github). Things are still evolving.
Regards, Giancarlo Razzolini
I need to pick up this thread once more. Again, I wanted to access an older version of a package in the official repositories today. But the "view changes" link still points to github. I manually found the svntogit/community.git repository under git.archlinux.org. Is git.archlinux.org still supposed to be taken down in the near future?
No, the cgit instance will go away in the for see-able future (hopefully 2020). Note that the view changes button works fine? It shows an overview of commits for me for a package.
Will the svntogit-repositories move to gitlab until then?
No, as Gitlab isn't able to scale to repository's this size ironically. https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab/-/issues/232072
Or what will be the local non-commercial mirror for accessing them?
git.archlinux.org as long as it stays alive.