+1 to use gitlab features to work around code, that will help collaboration.
I don't know if there is an Apache alternative to get the features without Microsoft. But having two official tools to get contribution is not desired. I guess that using existent Github should be ok for official pull request, if not, it's always ok to have and attached patch or other gitlab reference. Gil Le 11:55 - mardi 03 déc., Jacques Le Roux a écrit : > Le 03/12/2019 à 08:21, Jacopo Cappellato a écrit : > > Now that we have migrated to Git, in my opinion we should really consider > > to adopt the workflow based on PR as our primary method for accepting > > contributions. I understand that it is a relevant change for the community, > > but I also see many advantages and a more natural (for Git) workflow for > > contributors and committers. Contributors would fork from the official repo > > and would submit pull requests that the committers would merge into the > > official branches. > > > I tend to agree, it's simple to merge and commit. We will still maybe need > Jiras when discussions are needed, or in all cases to fill the blog monthly > posts? > > I guess using Github (ie Microsoft :D) is not a problem for the community? > > Opinions are welcome > > Jacques >