On Fri, 2018-02-23 at 01:13 +0100, Ben Hutchings wrote: > We need to move everything from Alioth to Salsa some time before the > end of May. > > There is already a "kernel-team" group on Salsa, and the members of the > "kernel" group on Alioth have been added to this group. > > Since all our live version control repositories use git, it should be a > simple and quick process to replicate them on Salsa. I think what we > need to do is: > > 1. Agree the date and time to start migration. > 2. At that time, add hooks on Alioth to disable further writes. > 3. Start migration.
These are now done, and all the migrations appear to have completed successfully. I did not do anything about these repositories on Alioth, which I think were part of an experiment with submodules some years ago: - preview/packages/linux - preview/source/linux - source/linux > 4. Update all references to Alioth: > - Configure anonscm.debian.org to forward to Salsa > - Update package Vcs fields > - Update kernel-handbook text This is still TBD. > I don't think we use many other features of Alioth. The features I > know about are: > > * kernel-svn-changes mailing list and hook. I think this will be > redundant. Any Salsa user can "watch" a repository or group to > receive email notifications about commits. I have enabled the email hook, sending via tracker.debian.org. > * IRC notification hook (KGB client). Salsa has an "integration" for > the Irker notification service. This needs to be enabled and > configured with the server and channel details for each repository. > I don't know whether anything needs to be done on the Irker server > side. I have enabled the KGB webhook. > Have I missed anything? Hopefully not. There are some files served from <https://kernel.alioth.debian.org/> but I don't think any of them need to be preserved. Ben. > I propose that we start the migration after the point release is done, > so on Sunday 11th March, starting at 16:00 UTC. > > Ben. > -- Ben Hutchings Unix is many things to many people, but it's never been everything to anybody.
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