aurweb Git repository moved to GitLab
svenstaro at gmail.com
Mon May 25 10:52:31 UTC 2020
On Mon, May 25, 2020, 07:35 Ralph Plawetzki <ralph at purejava.org> wrote:
> lfleischer at archlinux.org (Lukas Fleischer) schrieb am 24.05.20 um
> > The official aurweb Git repository has been moved to our new GitLab
> > instance. The new upstream URL is
> > https://gitlab.archlinux.org/archlinux/aurweb.git
> > For the time being, we will accept aurweb bug reports and requests via
> > the mailing list, Flyspray and the GitLab issue tracker. Patches can be
> > submitted to the mailing list or via GitLab. Features that require a
> > GitLab account (such as creating tickets on GitLab or filing merge
> > requests) are currently only available to members of the Arch Linux
> > staff. I will send another email when this changes.
> > In the meantime, please feel free to update any references to the old
> > Git repository.
> > Best regards,
> > Lukas
> a suggestion in case you did not notice: you could do it like the GNOME
> They allow access to their GitLab instance via a GitLab.com login:
> https://gitlab.gnome.org/users/sign_in?redirect_to_referer=yes (Sign in
> with GitLab.com).
> This makes it possible to fork a GNOME repo, create merge requests and
> comment in issues without having an account for the GNOME GitLab
> instance itself.
> Kind regards,
I'm pretty sure that still creates an account in the instance. It has to
associate the data somehow, right? Also, we are planning to allow social
auth via keycloak sometime soon. If any of you want to help us out, that
would be appreciated as we're very understaffed.
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