Re: [GitLab] Projects moved, general comments, tips of the week, question of the week


On Wed, 2018-02-28 at 13:21 +0100, Carlos Soriano wrote:
There is no subset of people in GNOME's GitLab issue tracker, you all
can comment there, that's why it's public :)

Hmm, applying the same logic you can open a GNOME's gitlab issue for
"tips of the week" and update it, instead of sending the message here,
because you are addressing the same group of people, no? :)

But seriously, my main point is that not every developer follows issues
filled in GNOME infrastructure gitlab issue tracker, thus even it's a
public place, it doesn't reach the group of people whose the decision
will influence the most.

It also surprised me that the fresh "Allow to disable group mentions -
#43686" is considered Minor. It's not a deal breaker, of course, but it
has some consequences too.

By the way, how does that work? Once the
"High" section is done all left GNOME projects will be migrated to
GNOME's gitlab instance and bugzilla will be switched to read-only
mode, or? I'm just wondering.
        Thanks and bye,

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