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Brandon Allbery
So are we going to do anything about Google Code Issues going away in a little over two weeks?

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Re: google code issues

Tuncer Ayaz
On Thu, Aug 6, 2015 at 4:51 PM, Brandon Allbery wrote:
> So are we going to do anything about Google Code Issues going away
> in a little over two weeks?

First question is whether existing tickets have to be preserved. If
so, then where should the migration lead to?

Second question is whether Darcs a strict requirement. If so,
hub.darcs.net could work, as darcs support on haskell.org seems to be
deprecated.

Either way, wasn't the plan to move to haskell.org's infrastructure
and leverage Phabricator (with hg or git)? For a feature overview, see
http://phabricator.org/comparison/. That seems like a good
"future-proof" path to take, if you ask me.

Alternatively, Bitbucket, Gitlab, or Github could make sense. Gitlab
has its own CI tool, so that's a plus, but other than that (for
XMonad's case) there's no clear winner between the three.

Also, like the pending release, this is another administrative topic
for which there seems to be nobody responsible who also happens to be
blessed with enough free time. Therefore, it's important to assign the
tasks, once the migration path has been decided.
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Re: google code issues

Peter Jones
Tuncer Ayaz <[hidden email]>
writes:

> On Thu, Aug 6, 2015 at 4:51 PM, Brandon Allbery wrote:
>> So are we going to do anything about Google Code Issues going away
>> in a little over two weeks?
>
> First question is whether existing tickets have to be preserved. If
> so, then where should the migration lead to?
>
> Second question is whether Darcs a strict requirement. If so,
> hub.darcs.net could work, as darcs support on haskell.org seems to be
> deprecated.
>
> Either way, wasn't the plan to move to haskell.org's infrastructure
> and leverage Phabricator (with hg or git)? For a feature overview, see
> http://phabricator.org/comparison/. That seems like a good
> "future-proof" path to take, if you ask me.
>
> Alternatively, Bitbucket, Gitlab, or Github could make sense. Gitlab
> has its own CI tool, so that's a plus, but other than that (for
> XMonad's case) there's no clear winner between the three.
>
> Also, like the pending release, this is another administrative topic
> for which there seems to be nobody responsible who also happens to be
> blessed with enough free time. Therefore, it's important to assign the
> tasks, once the migration path has been decided.


We all have strong opinions about which tools and hosting providers we
should be using.  That seems to have stalled any movement on this front.
We're not all going to agree on this so we should just accept that all
of the options are workable and pick the one with the least amount of
resistance.

I volunteer to be the release manager for the project if we switch to
Git and host the code and tickets on Github.

It's not a perfect solution but it does have everything we need and
there's almost an expectation these days that open source projects are
hosted on it.  This might have the side effect of increasing the number
of contributions to xmonad.  At the very least it gives the project more
visibility.

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Re: google code issues

Daniel Wagner-4
For what it's worth, I tried to follow the instructions on https://code.google.com/p/support-tools/wiki/IssueExporterTool today to grab a backup of our issues, and failed in the very first step:

Cloning into 'support-tools'...
fatal: missing blob object '2f78cf5b66514f2506d9af5f3dadf3dee7aa6d9f'
fatal: remote did not send all necessary objects
Unexpected end of command stream
zsh: exit 128

I don't suppose any of you have a copy of the tool because you exported issues from a different project...?
~d

On Thu, Aug 6, 2015 at 11:47 AM, Peter Jones <[hidden email]> wrote:
Tuncer Ayaz <[hidden email]>
writes:
> On Thu, Aug 6, 2015 at 4:51 PM, Brandon Allbery wrote:
>> So are we going to do anything about Google Code Issues going away
>> in a little over two weeks?
>
> First question is whether existing tickets have to be preserved. If
> so, then where should the migration lead to?
>
> Second question is whether Darcs a strict requirement. If so,
> hub.darcs.net could work, as darcs support on haskell.org seems to be
> deprecated.
>
> Either way, wasn't the plan to move to haskell.org's infrastructure
> and leverage Phabricator (with hg or git)? For a feature overview, see
> http://phabricator.org/comparison/. That seems like a good
> "future-proof" path to take, if you ask me.
>
> Alternatively, Bitbucket, Gitlab, or Github could make sense. Gitlab
> has its own CI tool, so that's a plus, but other than that (for
> XMonad's case) there's no clear winner between the three.
>
> Also, like the pending release, this is another administrative topic
> for which there seems to be nobody responsible who also happens to be
> blessed with enough free time. Therefore, it's important to assign the
> tasks, once the migration path has been decided.


We all have strong opinions about which tools and hosting providers we
should be using.  That seems to have stalled any movement on this front.
We're not all going to agree on this so we should just accept that all
of the options are workable and pick the one with the least amount of
resistance.

I volunteer to be the release manager for the project if we switch to
Git and host the code and tickets on Github.

It's not a perfect solution but it does have everything we need and
there's almost an expectation these days that open source projects are
hosted on it.  This might have the side effect of increasing the number
of contributions to xmonad.  At the very least it gives the project more
visibility.

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Re: google code issues

Brandon Allbery
On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 2:41 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
Cloning into 'support-tools'...
fatal: missing blob object '2f78cf5b66514f2506d9af5f3dadf3dee7aa6d9f'
fatal: remote did not send all necessary objects
Unexpected end of command stream
zsh: exit 128

I just cloned this successfully.

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Re: google code issues

Daniel Wagner-4
A quick update: I was able to clone the support-tools repo today, but it doesn't matter anyway; the tools are not needed to download a dump of the issues for a project. I don't believe we have any sensitive security issues, so I'll be hosting a public copy of this dump:

At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.
~d

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On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 2:41 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
Cloning into 'support-tools'...
fatal: missing blob object '2f78cf5b66514f2506d9af5f3dadf3dee7aa6d9f'
fatal: remote did not send all necessary objects
Unexpected end of command stream
zsh: exit 128

I just cloned this successfully.

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Re: google code issues

Brandon Allbery
On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.

At this point I'm more than half minded to push stuff to my github account and then import the issues there. Main problem being I've not yet dealt with permissions on github, and presumably I would not be the only person who should have commit access. (I'm not even sure I should have commit access to the core, which would make being the owner of the core repo ... difficult.)

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Re: google code issues

Adam Vogt

My understanding is that you make a group on github. If you recall a few years ago, we had Alfredo Di Napoli make one, but the repo(s) have not been kept in sync. I can delete that one and we can start anew. The way "diagrams" uses github might be an example to follow.

I'm more comfortable with darcs, but either way (phabricator/github) it looks like things have to change.

Brandon/Daniel/Peter: we need more than one semi-active person (me) to take responsibility for the project, so it would be good for one of you to take more ownership.

Regards,
Adam

On Aug 15, 2015 10:42 PM, "Brandon Allbery" <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.

At this point I'm more than half minded to push stuff to my github account and then import the issues there. Main problem being I've not yet dealt with permissions on github, and presumably I would not be the only person who should have commit access. (I'm not even sure I should have commit access to the core, which would make being the owner of the core repo ... difficult.)

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Re: google code issues

Peter Jones
adam vogt <[hidden email]> writes:
> My understanding is that you make a group on github. If you recall a few
> years ago, we had Alfredo Di Napoli make one, but the repo(s) have not been
> kept in sync. I can delete that one and we can start anew. The way
> "diagrams" uses github might be an example to follow.

That's exactly what I'd suggest.  With groups you can have different
repos for the xmonad-related projects and control who has commit access
to which repos.

> Brandon/Daniel/Peter: we need more than one semi-active person (me) to take
> responsibility for the project, so it would be good for one of you to take
> more ownership.

Sounds good to me.  My github username is pjones.

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Re: google code issues

Daniel Wagner-4
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I follow along on the mailing list, but I don't actually use xmonad any more; I've tried maintaining projects I don't use in the past and that has not gone well.
~d

On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 8:09 PM, adam vogt <[hidden email]> wrote:

My understanding is that you make a group on github. If you recall a few years ago, we had Alfredo Di Napoli make one, but the repo(s) have not been kept in sync. I can delete that one and we can start anew. The way "diagrams" uses github might be an example to follow.

I'm more comfortable with darcs, but either way (phabricator/github) it looks like things have to change.

Brandon/Daniel/Peter: we need more than one semi-active person (me) to take responsibility for the project, so it would be good for one of you to take more ownership.

Regards,
Adam

On Aug 15, 2015 10:42 PM, "Brandon Allbery" <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.

At this point I'm more than half minded to push stuff to my github account and then import the issues there. Main problem being I've not yet dealt with permissions on github, and presumably I would not be the only person who should have commit access. (I'm not even sure I should have commit access to the core, which would make being the owner of the core repo ... difficult.)

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Re: google code issues

Brent Yorgey
I still use xmonad and have been recently trying to play a slightly more active (though still not very active) role in applying patches and so forth.  I'd be happy to be added if we set up a github organization.

On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 11:53 AM Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
I follow along on the mailing list, but I don't actually use xmonad any more; I've tried maintaining projects I don't use in the past and that has not gone well.
~d

On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 8:09 PM, adam vogt <[hidden email]> wrote:

My understanding is that you make a group on github. If you recall a few years ago, we had Alfredo Di Napoli make one, but the repo(s) have not been kept in sync. I can delete that one and we can start anew. The way "diagrams" uses github might be an example to follow.

I'm more comfortable with darcs, but either way (phabricator/github) it looks like things have to change.

Brandon/Daniel/Peter: we need more than one semi-active person (me) to take responsibility for the project, so it would be good for one of you to take more ownership.

Regards,
Adam

On Aug 15, 2015 10:42 PM, "Brandon Allbery" <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.

At this point I'm more than half minded to push stuff to my github account and then import the issues there. Main problem being I've not yet dealt with permissions on github, and presumably I would not be the only person who should have commit access. (I'm not even sure I should have commit access to the core, which would make being the owner of the core repo ... difficult.)

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Re: google code issues

Brandon Allbery
I'm going to set up an "xmonad.org" organization on github tomorrow unless I hear otherwise by then (or the existing "xmonad" org is deleted). I will add byorgey as member; others?

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I still use xmonad and have been recently trying to play a slightly more active (though still not very active) role in applying patches and so forth.  I'd be happy to be added if we set up a github organization.

On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 11:53 AM Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
I follow along on the mailing list, but I don't actually use xmonad any more; I've tried maintaining projects I don't use in the past and that has not gone well.
~d

On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 8:09 PM, adam vogt <[hidden email]> wrote:

My understanding is that you make a group on github. If you recall a few years ago, we had Alfredo Di Napoli make one, but the repo(s) have not been kept in sync. I can delete that one and we can start anew. The way "diagrams" uses github might be an example to follow.

I'm more comfortable with darcs, but either way (phabricator/github) it looks like things have to change.

Brandon/Daniel/Peter: we need more than one semi-active person (me) to take responsibility for the project, so it would be good for one of you to take more ownership.

Regards,
Adam

On Aug 15, 2015 10:42 PM, "Brandon Allbery" <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.

At this point I'm more than half minded to push stuff to my github account and then import the issues there. Main problem being I've not yet dealt with permissions on github, and presumably I would not be the only person who should have commit access. (I'm not even sure I should have commit access to the core, which would make being the owner of the core repo ... difficult.)

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Re: google code issues

Brandon Allbery
xmonad and xmonad-contrib repos added; aavogt and byorgey added as maintainers, I presume others will be needed/wanted. (I may go hunting for github ids of people already listed on xmonad.org)

now looking into triaging and migrating issues, which will be interesting because github issues are per repo instead of per org like we were doing with google code.

On Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 9:46 PM, Brandon Allbery <[hidden email]> wrote:
I'm going to set up an "xmonad.org" organization on github tomorrow unless I hear otherwise by then (or the existing "xmonad" org is deleted). I will add byorgey as member; others?

On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 4:33 PM, Brent Yorgey <[hidden email]> wrote:
I still use xmonad and have been recently trying to play a slightly more active (though still not very active) role in applying patches and so forth.  I'd be happy to be added if we set up a github organization.

On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 11:53 AM Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
I follow along on the mailing list, but I don't actually use xmonad any more; I've tried maintaining projects I don't use in the past and that has not gone well.
~d

On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 8:09 PM, adam vogt <[hidden email]> wrote:

My understanding is that you make a group on github. If you recall a few years ago, we had Alfredo Di Napoli make one, but the repo(s) have not been kept in sync. I can delete that one and we can start anew. The way "diagrams" uses github might be an example to follow.

I'm more comfortable with darcs, but either way (phabricator/github) it looks like things have to change.

Brandon/Daniel/Peter: we need more than one semi-active person (me) to take responsibility for the project, so it would be good for one of you to take more ownership.

Regards,
Adam

On Aug 15, 2015 10:42 PM, "Brandon Allbery" <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.

At this point I'm more than half minded to push stuff to my github account and then import the issues there. Main problem being I've not yet dealt with permissions on github, and presumably I would not be the only person who should have commit access. (I'm not even sure I should have commit access to the core, which would make being the owner of the core repo ... difficult.)

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Re: google code issues

Devin Mullins-3

You can add me, twifkak. (I've been lurking; can't promise a lot of attention, but I'll try.)

On Aug 22, 2015 11:22 AM, "Brandon Allbery" <[hidden email]> wrote:
xmonad and xmonad-contrib repos added; aavogt and byorgey added as maintainers, I presume others will be needed/wanted. (I may go hunting for github ids of people already listed on xmonad.org)

now looking into triaging and migrating issues, which will be interesting because github issues are per repo instead of per org like we were doing with google code.

On Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 9:46 PM, Brandon Allbery <[hidden email]> wrote:
I'm going to set up an "xmonad.org" organization on github tomorrow unless I hear otherwise by then (or the existing "xmonad" org is deleted). I will add byorgey as member; others?

On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 4:33 PM, Brent Yorgey <[hidden email]> wrote:
I still use xmonad and have been recently trying to play a slightly more active (though still not very active) role in applying patches and so forth.  I'd be happy to be added if we set up a github organization.

On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 11:53 AM Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
I follow along on the mailing list, but I don't actually use xmonad any more; I've tried maintaining projects I don't use in the past and that has not gone well.
~d

On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 8:09 PM, adam vogt <[hidden email]> wrote:

My understanding is that you make a group on github. If you recall a few years ago, we had Alfredo Di Napoli make one, but the repo(s) have not been kept in sync. I can delete that one and we can start anew. The way "diagrams" uses github might be an example to follow.

I'm more comfortable with darcs, but either way (phabricator/github) it looks like things have to change.

Brandon/Daniel/Peter: we need more than one semi-active person (me) to take responsibility for the project, so it would be good for one of you to take more ownership.

Regards,
Adam

On Aug 15, 2015 10:42 PM, "Brandon Allbery" <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.

At this point I'm more than half minded to push stuff to my github account and then import the issues there. Main problem being I've not yet dealt with permissions on github, and presumably I would not be the only person who should have commit access. (I'm not even sure I should have commit access to the core, which would make being the owner of the core repo ... difficult.)

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Re: google code issues

Christopher Reichert
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Great, I noticed these are up now. I'll definitely be watching the repo
and trying to help any way possible.

On Fri, Aug 21 2015, Brandon Allbery <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I'm going to set up an "xmonad.org" organization on github tomorrow unless
> I hear otherwise by then (or the existing "xmonad" org is deleted). I will
> add byorgey as member; others?
>
> On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 4:33 PM, Brent Yorgey <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> I still use xmonad and have been recently trying to play a slightly more
>> active (though still not very active) role in applying patches and so
>> forth.  I'd be happy to be added if we set up a github organization.
>>
>> On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 11:53 AM Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>> I follow along on the mailing list, but I don't actually use xmonad any
>>> more; I've tried maintaining projects I don't use in the past and that has
>>> not gone well.
>>> ~d
>>>
>>> On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 8:09 PM, adam vogt <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>>> My understanding is that you make a group on github. If you recall a few
>>>> years ago, we had Alfredo Di Napoli make one, but the repo(s) have not been
>>>> kept in sync. I can delete that one and we can start anew. The way
>>>> "diagrams" uses github might be an example to follow.
>>>>
>>>> I'm more comfortable with darcs, but either way (phabricator/github) it
>>>> looks like things have to change.
>>>>
>>>> Brandon/Daniel/Peter: we need more than one semi-active person (me) to
>>>> take responsibility for the project, so it would be good for one of you to
>>>> take more ownership.
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Adam
>>>> On Aug 15, 2015 10:42 PM, "Brandon Allbery" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be
>>>>>> good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> At this point I'm more than half minded to push stuff to my github
>>>>> account and then import the issues there. Main problem being I've not yet
>>>>> dealt with permissions on github, and presumably I would not be the only
>>>>> person who should have commit access. (I'm not even sure I should have
>>>>> commit access to the core, which would make being the owner of the core
>>>>> repo ... difficult.)
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Re: google code issues

Ben Boeckel
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On Sat, 22 Aug, 2015 at 01:46:15 GMT, Brandon Allbery wrote:
> I'm going to set up an "xmonad.org" organization on github tomorrow unless
> I hear otherwise by then (or the existing "xmonad" org is deleted). I will
> add byorgey as member; others?

I'd be interested (I have one or two modules I'm listed as maintainer
of). I also have a few issues I'd like to tackle (namely modal dialog
parent tracking and focus policies associated with it).

Also interested in a Wayland-xmonad.

I'm also fine with just doing pull requests (since I'd use them even
with commit access).

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Re: google code issues

Brandon Allbery
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The issue exporter is apparently quite worthless:

- github rate-limits beyond what its API and documentation claim, so I got all of 4 issues uploaded before getting "abuse limit reached, try again in an hour". This after registering and using an API token, and the headers show that it is indeed authenticating via the token (limit 5000 instead of 60, and plenty of it left when it throttles anyway)

- it apparently only maps usernames if I manually construct a username map, and possibly not even then if I'm reading the support-tools issue tracker properly

(The export wizard, it turns out, works properly --- but only if the repo doesn't exist initially, and apparently not if your repo isn't also in Google Code.)

So apparently we get to start over from scratch with the issues. :/

On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 2:22 PM, Brandon Allbery <[hidden email]> wrote:
xmonad and xmonad-contrib repos added; aavogt and byorgey added as maintainers, I presume others will be needed/wanted. (I may go hunting for github ids of people already listed on xmonad.org)

now looking into triaging and migrating issues, which will be interesting because github issues are per repo instead of per org like we were doing with google code.

On Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 9:46 PM, Brandon Allbery <[hidden email]> wrote:
I'm going to set up an "xmonad.org" organization on github tomorrow unless I hear otherwise by then (or the existing "xmonad" org is deleted). I will add byorgey as member; others?

On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 4:33 PM, Brent Yorgey <[hidden email]> wrote:
I still use xmonad and have been recently trying to play a slightly more active (though still not very active) role in applying patches and so forth.  I'd be happy to be added if we set up a github organization.

On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 11:53 AM Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
I follow along on the mailing list, but I don't actually use xmonad any more; I've tried maintaining projects I don't use in the past and that has not gone well.
~d

On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 8:09 PM, adam vogt <[hidden email]> wrote:

My understanding is that you make a group on github. If you recall a few years ago, we had Alfredo Di Napoli make one, but the repo(s) have not been kept in sync. I can delete that one and we can start anew. The way "diagrams" uses github might be an example to follow.

I'm more comfortable with darcs, but either way (phabricator/github) it looks like things have to change.

Brandon/Daniel/Peter: we need more than one semi-active person (me) to take responsibility for the project, so it would be good for one of you to take more ownership.

Regards,
Adam

On Aug 15, 2015 10:42 PM, "Brandon Allbery" <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 10:21 PM, Daniel Wagner <[hidden email]> wrote:
At the very least we shouldn't lose anything, though it would still be good to migrate this to somewhere writable sometime in the near future.

At this point I'm more than half minded to push stuff to my github account and then import the issues there. Main problem being I've not yet dealt with permissions on github, and presumably I would not be the only person who should have commit access. (I'm not even sure I should have commit access to the core, which would make being the owner of the core repo ... difficult.)

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Re: google code issues

Tomáš Janoušek
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Hi all,

On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 02:22:04PM -0400, Brandon Allbery wrote:
> xmonad and xmonad-contrib repos added; aavogt and byorgey added as
> maintainers, I presume others will be needed/wanted. (I may go hunting for
> github ids of people already listed on xmonad.org)

Could someone please push a notice to the old darcs repos saying they are
abandoned?

I've been doing darcs pulls on a semi-monthly basis for the last 6 years and
it took me a few months to realize that “No remote patches to pull in!”
means the code was moved instead of xmonad finally being perfect and needing
no further changes whatsoever. :-)

In the unlikely event I'm not alone, it may help someone realize this sooner.
Thanks.

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Re: google code issues

Adam Vogt

On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 1:15 PM, Tomas Janousek <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 02:22:04PM -0400, Brandon Allbery wrote:
> xmonad and xmonad-contrib repos added; aavogt and byorgey added as
> maintainers, I presume others will be needed/wanted. (I may go hunting for
> github ids of people already listed on xmonad.org)

Could someone please push a notice to the old darcs repos saying they are
abandoned?

I've been doing darcs pulls on a semi-monthly basis for the last 6 years and
it took me a few months to realize that “No remote patches to pull in!”
means the code was moved instead of xmonad finally being perfect and needing
no further changes whatsoever. :-)

In the unlikely event I'm not alone, it may help someone realize this sooner.
Thanks.

Hi Tomas,

The two repos now have a _darcs/prefs/motd that tells people to go to github

Regards,
Adam


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