Re: Migration of non-core apps Was: Re: [GitLab] IMPORTANT: Mass migration plan

Whops sorry, your comment in the issue slipped my inbox.

gnome-commander is not migrated. bugzilla-migration is an admin user that is used for testing migrations. My comment still stands, there is a bug that needs fixing before a migration can happen.


On 21 March 2018 at 22:49, Uwe Scholz <u scholz83 gmx de> wrote:
Hi Carlos and all the others,

you migrated *Gnome Commander* to Gitlab some time ago, which isn't a
core app of Gnome. I am the maintainer of this software and I see that
the GitLab link to the project currently is:

I am not sure about it, so I am asking it here: Will this be the final
link? Or is there the possibility to change "bugzilla-migration" to
something like my user name or a group, i.e. "non-core" or whatever? As
I don't know how non-core apps will be handled in the future I am asking
this here. I am not so deeply informed about the plans about the Gnome
infrastructure. Maybe the answer you give is of interest for others.

And I still have a problem in pushing commits to the new repository,
I think because I am not set to the maintainer of the repository. See my
last comment at issue #83:

Do I have to apply for becoming the maintainer of the Gnome Commander
repo at GitLab somewhere?

Best wishes and thank you for all your efforts so far!

Am Tue, 20 Mar 2018 18:01:35 +0100 schrieb Carlos Soriano:
> Hello community,
> After a few months of manually migrating projects we have moved
> already over 60, most of them were core modules to make sure the most
> important projects were migrated before the mass migration happens.
> We are now at the point where a mass migration makes more sense than
> continuing handling migrations one by one, in part also because of
> the increasing amount of requests.
> [...]

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