On Wed, 24 Oct 2018, Jean-Philippe Evrard wrote:
On Mon, 2018-10-22 at 07:50 -0700, Morgan Fainberg wrote:
Also, doesn't bitbucket have a git interface now too (optionally)?
It does :)
But I think it requires a new repo, so it means that could as well move
to somewhere else like github or openstack infra :p
Right, so that combined with bitbucket oozing surveys and assorted
other annoyances over me has meant that I've moved paste to github:
I merged some of the outstanding patches, forced Zane to fix up a few
more Python 3.7 related things, fixed up some of the docs and
released a new version (3.0.0) to pypi:
And I published the docs (linked from the new release and the repo) to
a new URL on RTD, as older versions of the docs were not something I
was able to adopt:
And some travis-ci stuff.
I didn't bother to bring Paste into OpenDev infra because that felt
like that was indicating a longer and more engaged commitment than
it feels responses here indicated should happen. We want to
encourage migration away. As Morgan stated elsewhere in the thread 
work is in progress to make using something else easier for people.
If you want to help with Paste, make some issues and pull requests
in the repo above. Thanks.
Next step? paste.deploy (which is a separate repo).
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