Re: GitLab: Default set of status/resolutions/labels for GNOME

Hey Philip,

it was pretty much going to happen unless something went drastically wrong

Not sure I would say it with those words, but yes, we are in the same
situation as it was before and things keep progressing well.

But this has to come with community built-in, and not only I cannot
control that, but it's also hard to quantify. So I don't really want
to commit myself into an answer for that as for now, it depends on all
of you, specially those in the pilot program giving feedback to us and
the rest of the community. I'll keep doing my best trying to quantify
the community agreement/satisfaction (+ all the technical part and
discussion with GitLab people about our priorities, etc. of course).

Hope is clearer now, or at least know why I cannot be clearer :)

Carlos Soriano
GNOME Foundation
Treasurer, Board of Directors

On Sun, Oct 1, 2017 at 11:34 PM,  <philip chimento gmail com> wrote:
On Sat, Sep 30, 2017, 02:45 Carlos Soriano <csoriano gnome org> wrote:

Hello all,

More projects are moving to GitLab, so it's time we make sure we offer a
sensible and appropriate set of labels by default for all projects inside
the GNOME group. Niels and me have been thinking for some time about this,
and after some investigation and work on it I came up with some proposal.
Niels is still working on his proposal, but I expect to come this weekend.

In any case, please share your thoughts and ideas here, I'm specially
interested on hearing from the bugsquad team. You can see the current
proposal and a working example and also you can look at the list of all

Thanks for initiating this discussion! I will add some comments there. One
question though:

Another think to keep in mind is that this interesting to think about even
if we don't end up moving to GitLab, since it's some work and investigation
we could reuse for future reference.

What do you think the chance is that the move won't go through? I know I've
signed up GJS for the "pilot program" which implies that the "real program"
is not for sure, but my previous understanding was that it was pretty much
going to happen unless something went drastically wrong in the coming
months. Is that still the case?

Philip C

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