[Olsr-users] [RFC] Move to GitLab
Thu Jun 7 17:41:30 CEST 2018
I can share very positive experience using Bitbucket in an
institutional/academic environment. Outages observed on their platform
were slightly greater than observation from prior jobs using commercial
Github, but Bitbucket/Atlassian were transparent about them.
Atlassian also offers free "community subscriptions."
"Do you offer free community or academic subscriptions?
Yes! Community or academic subscriptions include unlimited private
repositories for unlimited contributors which also includes 5 GB file
storage for LFS and 500 build minutes for Pipelines to help you get
started. You share build minutes and storage with all users on your team or
personal account. Fees will apply for additional build minutes and file
On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 4:48 AM, Teco Boot <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> 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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