[op25-dev] Migration of op25.osmocom.org ?
Harald Welte firstname.lastname@example.org [op25-dev]
op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
Sat Jan 7 11:18:40 UTC 2017
Dear OP25 developers,
On Thu, Apr 07, 2016 at 10:14:41AM +1000, Steve Glass wrote:
> Yeah, those are the only services we need. I am delighted that we're
> finally making the move :)
I'm sorry that I dropped the ball on Holger for migration of the trac to
redmine back in April/May 2016 :/
I've just resurrected the op25 container one more time, and installed a
cron-job that restarts the container once every night (1am GMT), to make
sure the content is reachable without any manual intervention by me.
Back last year, the op25-legacy svn had been converted and imported to
git.osmocom.org (see http://git.osmocom.org/op25-legacy/). Also, the
op25 git repo had been imported at http://git.osmocom.org/op25/
Also back then, I added your ssh public keys (Max, 2xMatt, Steve) for
the op25 and op25-legacy repositories on git.osmocom.org. Since then,
you should be able to push to
gitosis at git.osmocom.org:op25.git and
gitosis at git.osmocom.org:op25-legacy.git, respectively.
I just re-synced all branches/HEADs from the op25.git on
op25.osmocom.org to git.osmocomorg/op25 today.
Also, Holger has now root ssh access to op25.osmocom.org, from where he
has access to the trac database and all attachmetns. Let's hope he
has time and is still willing to do the redmine conversion.
Once that conversion is done, I think we can update DNS and install a
http redirect from http://op25.osmocom.org/ to
http://osmocom.org/projects/op25 and finally shut down the old unstable
jail with its aging trac installation.
Until then, it would be great if you could verify your redmine accounts
on https://osmocom.org/ and your ssh access to the
gitosis at git.osmocom.org repositories (you could just push some
branch/tag and then delete it again to verify).
Thanks for all your help. Once OP25 runs on the same infrastructure as
the rest of osmocom, the infrastructure will be maintained again.
- Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org> http://laforge.gnumonks.org/
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