Re: A move to GNOME’s gitlab?

After continued testing, I'm inclined to commit to the switch and make an announcement at some point.

To summarize:
- We'll still use Launchpad for translations, bugs, and building our testing PPA.
- But for code things, Gitlab would become the new code host for git master and downloads.

And maybe in future we could use Gitlab for more (building nightly flatpaks?). Or if GNOME ever upgrades its translations experience, I'd be happy to use that.

On Fri, Jan 11, 2019, at 07:24, Michael Terry wrote:
OK. After looking into the workflow for GNOME translators (which seems very rudimentary -- no web translations, they upload and download po files) and the status of other 3rd party modules (which seem to not get a lot of attention), I'm thinking we should stick with LP translations for now. It would not change our translation workflow at all, just wouldn't make it any better either.

So that would mean we prefer LP's translations and bugs. But I do still prefer GNOME gitlab's code experience, automatic tarballs, and CI integrations / devops. And I like the idea of slowly inching closer to GNOME.

I'm still experimenting with possible setups.
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