I for one would pick the alternative which is not using our
infrastructure and instead click two buttons so I don't have to file
paperwork manually nor have to wait for said paperwork to get faxed to
HQ for approval. i.e. not waiting trumps waiting in my world.

On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 8:05 PM, Albert Astals Cid <aa...@kde.org> wrote:
> El dimecres, 9 d’agost de 2017, a les 13:50:46 CEST, Harald Sitter va
> escriure:
>> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 1:39 PM, Boudewijn Rempt <b...@valdyas.org> wrote:
>> > On Wed, 9 Aug 2017, Riccardo Iaconelli wrote:
>> >> This is a new thread entirely, but incidentally also something we
>> >> should also think about. Why many KDE developers choose github instead
>> >> of scratch KDE repositories to start new software, where it could
>> >> happily be hosted within KDE infrastructure?
>> >
>> > Our infra doesn't offer scratch repos anymore, does it?
>> It does, they were slated for removal with the transition to phab,
>> since that hasn't happend yet though I assume scratch repos are still
>> a thing. Albeit, a thing that is meant to be removed with (currently)
>> no replacement planned
> That was not the plan, the plan (unless it has changed since last time i
> asked) is to have a team of "trusted people" that can create repos on
> phabricator, so basically you'd open a ticket and you'd get a repo created in
> a matter of minutes, not automagic, but surely you can continue coding for 15
> minutes while you wait for your repository to be created.
> Cheers,
>   Albert
>> which is why for example I do not create any
>> new ones and instead use github. Although TBH the UX of creating a
>> scratch has also left me wanting as it entails me googling how to
>> setup a scratch every single time.
>> HS

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