Re: [QGIS-Developer] Redmine migration plan: friday 24 may 8:00 CET

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Re: [QGIS-Developer] Redmine migration plan: friday 24 may 8:00 CET

Richard Duivenvoorde
Update from mirgration team:

Hi @all,

The issue migration from Redmine to GitHub is going on smoothly (but slow).

The first phase (moving the issues) is finished. All 19845 issues are
now on GitHub :-)

Since the issue ids have changed, we started a second run to replace
old ids with the new ones. This second phase is faster than the
first one. It will take about 9 to 10 hours (we are able to update
+-2200 issues per hour and we have almost 20k issues).

To prevent people for changing or comment issues, we will keep the
interaction limited to developers with push access, until the migration
is complete. Developers with push access can do PR and MR (but can also
enjoy the weekend ;-).

So, we expected to have the migration finished today by 22:00 (GMT+1)
(London time).

Thanks for your comprehension!


On 22/05/2019 14.06, Richard Duivenvoorde wrote:

> Hi All (lists),
>
> We propose to do the Redmine -> Github migration next friday 24th of may
> at 8:00 CET (+2).
>
> More or less following this Migration plan:
>
> https://github.com/qgis/QGIS-Enhancement-Proposals/issues/141#issuecomment-478296818
>
> To be clear: this means http://issues.qgis.org cannot be used on friday,
> untill the migration is finished and checked.
>
> If anybody has knowledge of an easy way to make Redmine readonly, please
> let us know. Some googling to me only revealed changing the database
> user or fiddling with the users in the db itself.
>
> Jorge will be in the lead for the Migration team
> I (among others) will be around for QGIS Infra
> Any help or encouragement is appreciated :-)
>
> Let's meet on IRC on friday morning, we can further decide on
> communication if needed/wanted.
>
> If I miss something, please let us know.
>
> Regards,
>
> Richard Duivenvoorde
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Re: [QGIS-Developer] Redmine migration plan: friday 24 may 8:00 CET

pcav
Thanks a lot, much appreciated.

Il 25 maggio 2019 14:56:58 CEST, Richard Duivenvoorde <[hidden email]> ha scritto:
Update from mirgration team:

Hi @all,

The issue migration from Redmine to GitHub is going on smoothly (but slow).

The first phase (moving the issues) is finished. All 19845 issues are
now on GitHub :-)

Since the issue ids have changed, we started a second run to replace
old ids with the new ones. This second phase is faster than the
first one. It will take about 9 to 10 hours (we are able to update
+-2200 issues per hour and we have almost 20k issues).

To prevent people for changing or comment issues, we will keep the
interaction limited to developers with push access, until the migration
is complete. Developers with push access can do PR and MR (but can also
enjoy the weekend ;-).

So, we expected to have the migration finished today by 22:00 (GMT+1)
(London time).

Thanks for your comprehension!


On 22/05/2019 14.06, Richard Duivenvoorde wrote:
Hi All (lists),

We propose to do the Redmine -> Github migration next friday 24th of may
at 8:00 CET (+2).

More or less following this Migration plan:

https://github.com/qgis/QGIS-Enhancement-Proposals/issues/141#issuecomment-478296818

To be clear: this means http://issues.qgis.org cannot be used on friday,
untill the migration is finished and checked.

If anybody has knowledge of an easy way to make Redmine readonly, please
let us know. Some googling to me only revealed changing the database
user or fiddling with the users in the db itself.

Jorge will be in the lead for the Migration team
I (among others) will be around for QGIS Infra
Any help or encouragement is appreciated :-)

Let's meet on IRC on friday morning, we can further decide on
communication if needed/wanted.

If I miss something, please let us know.

Regards,

Richard Duivenvoorde
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