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Re: Allura at SF is ready

From: James Lowe
Subject: Re: Allura at SF is ready
Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2015 09:29:12 +0100
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On 30/08/15 16:57, Trevor Daniels wrote:
> James wrote Sunday, August 30, 2015 4:22 PM
>> I've 'synced' my list of Patches I've been keeping track of
>> manually with the issues list now.
>> Is this set of issues going to be the one we migrate to the 'new'
>> non-SF system?
>> I.e. do we now treat this as a live system?
> Yes.  When we migrate to Allura at Savannah I will export from this
> SF system and import to the Savannah system.  I shall not be
> returning to GoogleCode (unless some disaster befalls).
> Now you've completed your work I'll invite the Bug Squad to join up
> so they can continue their work in catching new issues.
> I've not heard anything from Federico or Josiah for over a week, so
> I've no idea what state Allura at Savannah is in.  I suggest we
> wait a few days for news before inviting devs to join at SF, in
> case the Savannah system comes on line soon.  Are you willing to
> update the DB with pushes when they occur for a few days?

Not a problem - how I 'display' those in the PATCHES email is
something I need to work on, as the make-countdown-announcement.sh no
longer works.


So from now on (unless anyone thinks I shouldn't), I won't be updating
Rietvelds with PATCH statuses anymore, but using SF instead. If I find
anything in my current list that doesn't have an issue in SF (for
whatever reason, I will add it and will 'own' that - each issue has to
have an email of the owner - and ask that dev to register so they can
take the issue themselves.


Assuming that you eventually start the migration, I assume you'll tell
the group and we'd best hold off updating SF until it is completed (so
that we don't interfere with the migration)?


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