[Olsr-users] [RFC] Move to GitLab

Teco Boot (spam-protected)
Thu Jun 7 11:48:15 CEST 2018

I vote for 1.
This discussion consumes our limited resources...

> Op 7 jun. 2018, om 06:53 heeft Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)> het volgende geschreven:
> On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 5:27 AM Lonnie Nunweiler
> <(spam-protected)> wrote:
>> I never considered that.  I was more worried about the concept of them
>> killing it.
>> I should have thought of that because that is the main reason I do not
>> like any cloud storage.  You never know who has access.
> If your software is OpenSource "who has access" is not really that
> important unless groups of people are blocked from access. The
> advantage of a cloud solution is that you get access to a large server
> farm instead of using a single small computer.
> I see three/four options how the whole "OMG Github Microsoft Issue"
> can be resolved.
> 1.) we can take a few deep breaths, stay on Github and wait if
> something happens that would affect the OLSR.org project. At the
> moment I don't see any chance for Microsoft to fuck the project up
> unless they completely stop free access to Github.
> 2.) we move a different Cloud platform... I would suggest Bitbucket if
> this step is necessary unless someone knows a cloud platform at least
> as good or better.
> 3.) we cry loud and think again about self hosting... which still
> leaves the question about  "what software".
> 3a) we find a "good enough" and useful open source solution
> 3b) we buy a "wiki/bugtracker/git" solution... the stuff from
> Atlassian (Confluence/Jira/Stash) would cost (one time) 30 Dollar...
> 40 Dollar if we want to include "bamboo" as an automated build server.
> (I like the Atlassian stuff because I work with it daily)
> Henning
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