Also it appears that #gentoo-infra is invite only.
On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 2:16 AM, Raymond Jennings <shent...@gmail.com>
> Probably should clarify that I wasn't talking about patches. I just
> remember the big git migration and was wondering if the syncing process
> itself would be moved under anongit.gentoo.org at some point so that we
> could avoid relying on github (per social contact thingy)
> On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 12:36 AM, Daniel Campbell <z...@gentoo.org> wrote:
>> On 09/19/2016 10:54 AM, Raymond Jennings wrote:
>> > Just curious, but how are gentoo's infra assets organized?
>> > Do you guys use VMs on top of hardware machines and whatnot?
>> > Reasons for asking:
>> > * general curiosity
>> > * wondering how a migration to use anongit.gentoo.org
>> > <http://anongit.gentoo.org> instead of github would go, particularly if
>> > it would help ease pressure on the rsync servers if demand went down
>> > - I heard something about a social contract where relying on third
>> > parties was a frowny point.
>> Popping in to #gentoo-infra and chatting with the folks there may get
>> you a faster response.
>> As far as I know, we accept pull requests from the GitHub mirror *or* a
>> standard `git format-patch` e-mail.
>> We do have a social contract which indicates that we will not depend
>> on proprietary software. That said, the GitHub mirror is there for
>> convenience; I'm betting part of why we use it on the side is because it
>> already meshes well with Git to begin with and can be a good 'gateway'
>> for new contributors.
>> We also accept patches on the gentoo-dev ML or (depending on the
>> developer) personal e-mails or Bugzilla bugs. You might want to check
>> out a few pages on the wiki regarding how we handle contributions, or
>> pop in #gentoo-proxy-maint on Freenode.
>>  https://gentoo.org/get-started/philosophy/social-contract.html
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