[QGIS-Developer] Bug fixing sprint -- can we pull the pin on the issues migration?

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[QGIS-Developer] Bug fixing sprint -- can we pull the pin on the issues migration?

Nyall Dawson
Hi list,

Given that we're back in freeze and focusing on bug fixing, could we
hit the switch and make the final issues migration occur?

From my perspective it seems like all the outstanding addresses with
the migration have been resolved, nothing new has been raised since a
number of weeks (months?) and there's no longer any blockers that I
can see from the previous discussions.

And it would be oh-so-nice to not have to waste precious bug fixing
hours trawling through redmine once again...

Nyall
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Re: Bug fixing sprint -- can we pull the pin on the issues migration?

pcav
Hi Nyall,
I agree, this is probably the best time for the switch. I don't know of any technical objections. If someone has it, please speak out.
Regards.

Il 21 maggio 2019 04:25:06 CEST, Nyall Dawson <[hidden email]> ha scritto:
Hi list,

Given that we're back in freeze and focusing on bug fixing, could we
hit the switch and make the final issues migration occur?

From my perspective it seems like all the outstanding addresses with
the migration have been resolved, nothing new has been raised since a
number of weeks (months?) and there's no longer any blockers that I
can see from the previous discussions.

And it would be oh-so-nice to not have to waste precious bug fixing
hours trawling through redmine once again...

Nyall
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Re: Bug fixing sprint -- can we pull the pin on the issues migration?

Jorge Gustavo Rocha
Hi Paolo,

It would be nice to have a decision by the PSC about this. The technical
part was discussed and managed by developers, as a regular QEP [1], but
the decision about the move should be clear and should come from the
PSC. As far as I remember, we discuss this at Coruña meeting (Tim and
Nyall were also online) and we all agreed that the last word would be
from the PSC.

15 days ago Marco tried to trigger the PSC vote (as he commented in the
QEP), but I'm not sure if he was able to do it (or to collect the votes
from the members).

If it possible to have a decision from the PSC, it would be perfect.

Regards,

Jorge Gustavo

[1] https://github.com/qgis/QGIS-Enhancement-Proposals/issues/141


Às 05:26 de 21/05/19, Paolo Cavallini escreveu:

> Hi Nyall,
> I agree, this is probably the best time for the switch. I don't know of
> any technical objections. If someone has it, please speak out.
> Regards.
>
> Il 21 maggio 2019 04:25:06 CEST, Nyall Dawson <[hidden email]>
> ha scritto:
>
>     Hi list,
>
>     Given that we're back in freeze and focusing on bug fixing, could we
>     hit the switch and make the final issues migration occur?
>
>     From my perspective it seems like all the outstanding addresses with
>     the migration have been resolved, nothing new has been raised since a
>     number of weeks (months?) and there's no longer any blockers that I
>     can see from the previous discussions.
>
>     And it would be oh-so-nice to not have to waste precious bug fixing
>     hours trawling through redmine once again...
>
>     Nyall
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Re: Bug fixing sprint -- can we pull the pin on the issues migration?

3nids
Hi Jorge,

In the last PSC minutes, you can see that the vote was triggered and accepted to migrate the issues


I don't know the next steps, but it would indeed be nice to have it soon for the bugfixing period.

Cheers

Le mar. 21 mai 2019 à 18:18, Jorge Gustavo Rocha <[hidden email]> a écrit :
Hi Paolo,

It would be nice to have a decision by the PSC about this. The technical
part was discussed and managed by developers, as a regular QEP [1], but
the decision about the move should be clear and should come from the
PSC. As far as I remember, we discuss this at Coruña meeting (Tim and
Nyall were also online) and we all agreed that the last word would be
from the PSC.

15 days ago Marco tried to trigger the PSC vote (as he commented in the
QEP), but I'm not sure if he was able to do it (or to collect the votes
from the members).

If it possible to have a decision from the PSC, it would be perfect.

Regards,

Jorge Gustavo

[1] https://github.com/qgis/QGIS-Enhancement-Proposals/issues/141


Às 05:26 de 21/05/19, Paolo Cavallini escreveu:
> Hi Nyall,
> I agree, this is probably the best time for the switch. I don't know of
> any technical objections. If someone has it, please speak out.
> Regards.
>
> Il 21 maggio 2019 04:25:06 CEST, Nyall Dawson <[hidden email]>
> ha scritto:
>
>     Hi list,
>
>     Given that we're back in freeze and focusing on bug fixing, could we
>     hit the switch and make the final issues migration occur?
>
>     From my perspective it seems like all the outstanding addresses with
>     the migration have been resolved, nothing new has been raised since a
>     number of weeks (months?) and there's no longer any blockers that I
>     can see from the previous discussions.
>
>     And it would be oh-so-nice to not have to waste precious bug fixing
>     hours trawling through redmine once again...
>
>     Nyall
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Re: Bug fixing sprint -- can we pull the pin on the issues migration?

Marco Bernasocchi
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Hi Jorge,

the vote was triggered and accepted as visible in the minutes.

Sorry that I forgot to to copy the decision to the QEP.

Thanks a lot for the amazing work

Marco

On 22.05.19 01:18, Jorge Gustavo Rocha wrote:
Hi Paolo,

It would be nice to have a decision by the PSC about this. The technical
part was discussed and managed by developers, as a regular QEP [1], but
the decision about the move should be clear and should come from the
PSC. As far as I remember, we discuss this at Coruña meeting (Tim and
Nyall were also online) and we all agreed that the last word would be
from the PSC.

15 days ago Marco tried to trigger the PSC vote (as he commented in the
QEP), but I'm not sure if he was able to do it (or to collect the votes
from the members).

If it possible to have a decision from the PSC, it would be perfect.

Regards,

Jorge Gustavo

[1] https://github.com/qgis/QGIS-Enhancement-Proposals/issues/141


Às 05:26 de 21/05/19, Paolo Cavallini escreveu:
Hi Nyall,
I agree, this is probably the best time for the switch. I don't know of
any technical objections. If someone has it, please speak out.
Regards.

Il 21 maggio 2019 04:25:06 CEST, Nyall Dawson [hidden email]
ha scritto:

    Hi list,

    Given that we're back in freeze and focusing on bug fixing, could we
    hit the switch and make the final issues migration occur?

    From my perspective it seems like all the outstanding addresses with
    the migration have been resolved, nothing new has been raised since a
    number of weeks (months?) and there's no longer any blockers that I
    can see from the previous discussions.

    And it would be oh-so-nice to not have to waste precious bug fixing
    hours trawling through redmine once again...

    Nyall
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Re: Bug fixing sprint -- can we pull the pin on the issues migration?

pcav
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Ola Jorge,
sorry for not replying sooner (real work hits hard sometimes). Indeed,
decision was taken, so you have green light to proceed.
Thanks!

On 22/05/19 14:24, Denis Rouzaud wrote:

> Hi Jorge,
>
> In the last PSC minutes, you can see that the vote was triggered and
> accepted to migrate the issues
>
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1p5bZ5UCClw9gNX-ecbItIpu4Kk_PRDgU7xUvmlpeiU4/edit?usp=sharing
>
> I don't know the next steps, but it would indeed be nice to have it soon
> for the bugfixing period.
>
> Cheers
>
> Le mar. 21 mai 2019 à 18:18, Jorge Gustavo Rocha <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>> a écrit :
>
>     Hi Paolo,
>
>     It would be nice to have a decision by the PSC about this. The technical
>     part was discussed and managed by developers, as a regular QEP [1], but
>     the decision about the move should be clear and should come from the
>     PSC. As far as I remember, we discuss this at Coruña meeting (Tim and
>     Nyall were also online) and we all agreed that the last word would be
>     from the PSC.
>
>     15 days ago Marco tried to trigger the PSC vote (as he commented in the
>     QEP), but I'm not sure if he was able to do it (or to collect the votes
>     from the members).
>
>     If it possible to have a decision from the PSC, it would be perfect.
>
>     Regards,
>
>     Jorge Gustavo
>
>     [1] https://github.com/qgis/QGIS-Enhancement-Proposals/issues/141
>
>
>     Às 05:26 de 21/05/19, Paolo Cavallini escreveu:
>     > Hi Nyall,
>     > I agree, this is probably the best time for the switch. I don't
>     know of
>     > any technical objections. If someone has it, please speak out.
>     > Regards.
>     >
>     > Il 21 maggio 2019 04:25:06 CEST, Nyall Dawson
>     <[hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>>
>     > ha scritto:
>     >
>     >     Hi list,
>     >
>     >     Given that we're back in freeze and focusing on bug fixing,
>     could we
>     >     hit the switch and make the final issues migration occur?
>     >
>     >     From my perspective it seems like all the outstanding
>     addresses with
>     >     the migration have been resolved, nothing new has been raised
>     since a
>     >     number of weeks (months?) and there's no longer any blockers
>     that I
>     >     can see from the previous discussions.
>     >
>     >     And it would be oh-so-nice to not have to waste precious bug
>     fixing
>     >     hours trawling through redmine once again...
>     >
>     >     Nyall
>     >   
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