Re: GitLab status update

About Shotwell, it would be in the GNOME group since it's using the
cgit and Bugzilla products. With the creation of the External group I
don't want to disrupt the current scheme already in use in cgit and
Bugzilla, rather open us more to other projects.
If you would like to be hosted in a different group or so, let's
discuss it with release team.

Thanks for clarification. If I would want to test how the ~1k bugs of
Shotwell would look like on gitlab, I could/should still use the
testserver, I suppose?

Carlos Soriano

GNOME Foundation [2]
Treasurer, Board of Directors
On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 12:30 PM, Jens Georg <mail jensge org> wrote:

In particular, I created a new group named External [2] where we
host projects that are closely related to GNOME and would like to
our infrastructure but are not official GNOME. This is an early
attempt to opening ourselves more to a wider world.
So far there is only one project, that would have to live in the
Freedesktop space, but I feel more comfortable having it here for
time being. It's something I think worth to explore, but keep in
the guidelines for accepting a project in there are in an early


Some concerns about performance were raised, the last update of
brought the first results of the new team at GitLab for
improvements. You can read more at in the 9.5 release post [4].

Yes, that seems to be a lot snappier now, thanks to everyone

As always, if you have any question, feel free contact me or reply
here to this email.

So, according to this grouping scheme, where would something like
being hosted in future as it neither is GNOME, nor External, just
using the GNOME infrastructure?

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