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

I see. Don't panic :)

Lot of us have been doing different works and are quite excited in
general: for example Alex have been setting up CI for Flatpak builds
and we enabled a server with privileges for this reason too, I
received more request for the pilot program than we can handle, I
receive positive outside and internal feedback, etc.

I just want to make sure everyone knows the option to not move exists,
and all depends on you and your feedback.

Carlos Soriano
GNOME Foundation
Treasurer, Board of Directors

On Mon, Oct 2, 2017 at 2:05 AM,  <philip chimento gmail com> wrote:
On Sun, Oct 1, 2017 at 3:20 PM Carlos Soriano <csoriano gnome org> wrote:

Hey Philip,

it was pretty much going to happen unless something went drastically

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 :)

OK. I have been doing some research and was planning to spend some effort
creating a proper CI pipeline for merge requests and releases after GJS gets
moved over, and I had a momentary panic about whether it would be wise to
spend that time when it's unclear if we're staying with Gitlab.

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