On Sat, Aug 19, 2017 at 7:38 PM, Aaron Wolf <aa...@snowdrift.coop>
On 02/06/2017 10:45 AM, Bryan Richter wrote:
Now that there are a multiplicity of Taiga projects, automating the
backups has become high severity. I don't have the time to click
through all the
projects and have all the dumps emailed to me. :)
The best long-term solution is to use the Taiga API to streamline
the process. I
think there used to be an issue about that, but I can't find it.
A good short-to-long term solution is to put somebody else in
charge of Taiga
I'm still backing up the website database (though I've missed a few
should also be automated...
Any status update on this? If nothing else, let's make sure there
I think it is no longer important to back up Taiga. The most recent
work (ie, that which has not been backed up) relates to Alpha and has
already been acted on. The rest of what's on Taiga is a dump of "stuff
not to forget about", will probably migrate to gitlab eventually, and
is already saved in the older backups.
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