I’m a recent (3 months) user of Gitlab (we switched from Redmine + subversion) 
and I must say that we are quite happy. I like it even more than Github.

But to vote in favour of either option I would like to read about how to move 
all the existing user base with minimal impact (how to announce, how to contact 
users, how to switch off the old repos, etc.)

> El 4 feb 2018, a las 13:41, Tino Didriksen <tino.didrik...@gmail.com> 
> escribió:
> On 4 February 2018 at 01:03, Shardul Chiplunkar <shardul.chiplun...@gmail.com 
> <mailto:shardul.chiplun...@gmail.com>> wrote:
> There is a new proposal to the PMC to move Apertium to Github:
> http://wiki.apertium.org/wiki/PMC_proposals/Move_Apertium_to_Github 
> <http://wiki.apertium.org/wiki/PMC_proposals/Move_Apertium_to_Github>
> I'm in favour.
> If we move to git (Github, Gitlab, whatever), we should do it in a way that's 
> natural for git - which means 1 repo per package. And git has definitely won 
> the hearts and minds of the VCS world.
> I personally strongly dislike git for other reasons, but using Github as a 
> git host side-steps many of those issues thanks to the Subversion channel.
> -- Tino Didriksen

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