with GNOME finalizing the move to GitLab back at the end of May it's
time to retire the former git.gnome.org service. The service will be
shutdown next week on Thursday 23th of August.

What will we shutdown?

Mainly the git:// and ssh:// protocols. All the developers that
accessed git.gnome.org in the past 7 days have been mailed

What will we keep around for backwards compatibility?

The git.gnome.org vhost and its rewrites against the gitlab.gnome.org service.

If you're using jhbuild make sure you remove any reference to the
git:// and ssh:// protocols against git.gnome.org.

Thanks and at your disposition for additional questions!



Red Hatter,
Fedora / EPEL packager,
GNOME Infrastructure Team Coordinator,
Former GNOME Foundation Board of Directors Secretary,
GNOME Foundation Membership & Elections Committee Chairman

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