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Re: replacement for 'join'?

From: Bernhard Voelker
Subject: Re: replacement for 'join'?
Date: Fri, 14 May 2021 21:04:25 +0200
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On 5/14/21 7:42 PM, Simon Josefsson via Gnulib discussion list wrote:
> Certainly!  Was anyone working on setting up CI/CD for gnulib on GitLab?
> I recall there was a private project for it, but I don't have access.
> Any reason for this?  I have become rather aquinted with GitLab CI/CD
> lately so it would be easy for me to setup something from scratch.  Of
> course, given all the freedom concerns people may have with using a SaaS
> like GitLab, I think it is important that we don't let what features
> exists there influence any decisions made in gnulib.  Let's use it as a
> way to improve our software, to promote more users of GNU software, just
> the way we used proprietary platforms like Solaris or IRIX in the old
> days.

IMO that's something for the gnu-prod-discuss mailing list.
We shouldn't blindly use CI/CD platforms which are potentially problematic
or even contradicting or violating the GNU freedoms, just merely because
many people use it.
(I'm no lawyer, so I can't 100% tell for Gitlab, though.)

Isn't there already GNU way for CI/CD?
I know there is hydra.nixos.org, but that looks a bit fallen asleep.
Anything else?

Have a nice day,

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