> Works great for whom? How many deployments are we talking about? To be > honest, I don't think I've stumbled upon a single instance. > On the other hand, GitLab deployments are pretty common -- GNOME, Xfce, > Debian come instantly to my mind. Then, there's Heptapod -- the GitLab > fork for Mercurial.
KDE also just migrated to GitLab. > > > Gerrit is widely used for large projects and I'm not worried for ::gentoo > > and we have deployed gerrit and it seems to work fine. Gerrit doesn't have > > CI (we would need to deploy something) and it uses gitweb for repository > > browsing (which we use today.) > > Not to mention it's ugly and I found it cumbersome to use. Everytime I tried to use Gerrit I got so thouroughly confused that I gave up after a while. -- Andreas K. Hüttel dilfri...@gentoo.org Gentoo Linux developer (council, qa, toolchain, base-system, perl, libreoffice)
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