[op25-dev] Migration of op25.osmocom.org ?

Harald Welte laforge@gnumonks.org [op25-dev] op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
Mon Apr 4 09:32:47 UTC 2016


Dear all,

the op25.osmocom.org site is currently a lxc (linxu container) setup on
one of my servers, and it frequently locks up the entire container every
so often, without any reason why.  I have failed to find the root cause
of this and given up by now.

As all of the other osmocom projects have meanwhile migrated away from
trac to the redmine based setup at http://projects.osmocom.org/, I would
stongly suggest the OP25 project to migrate there, too.  This would
include:

* migration of the wiki pages (Holger has some semi-automatic process
  for that which imports the content but still requires manual fix-up of
  a lot of formatting)

* migration of the tickets (Holger also did that programmatically for
  the other projects)

* import of the SVN repository to our git server
  (see http://git.osmocom.org)

Is there a way we can encourage the current active OP25 community to go
ahead with the above migration?  In the end, the closer you align in
terms of infrastructure with the other osmocom.org projects, the more
likely it is that the content will be available, systems and software
updated, content backed up, etc.   I think in the end, it would be
better for everyone - including me for being responsible that the site
is currently down very often.

Regards,
	Harald

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- Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org>           http://laforge.gnumonks.org/
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