[tor-project] Plan to retire Globe

Karsten Loesing karsten at torproject.org
Fri May 6 20:01:22 UTC 2016

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On 04/05/16 18:28, Philipp Winter wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 30, 2016 at 10:00:33AM +0200, Karsten Loesing wrote:
>> Philipp and Isis, should we schedule a meeting for going through
>> these (currently) 48 tickets and decide whether we want to
>> - turn Globe tickets into Atlas tickets if we want to keep them, 
>> - resolve the remaining Globe tickets, - add or remove keyword
>> complete-before-abandoning-globe, and - make plans for getting
>> them implemented soon?
> Yes, that works for me.
>> How about we use the metrics team meeting time slot in 1.5 weeks
>> when there's no metrics team meeting?  That would be:
>> Thursday, May 12, 14:00 UTC in #tor-dev
>> Happy to consider a different time or start a Doodle for this.
> Unfortunately, that's in the middle of my day job, so I won't be
> able to attend.  I prefer 21:00 UTC to 04:00 UTC.  If that makes it
> harder for you, please feel free to meet without me.  I could also
> provide feedback asynchronously on Trac.

Hmmmmm, 21:00 UTC to 04:00 UTC is really tough for me.  Would 14:00
UTC (or anything between 07:00 UTC and 16:00 UTC) would work better
for you on a weekend?

But how about we try to move this forward asynchronously and only fall
back to synchronous if that doesn't work out?  Talking about all
tickets in an hour might have been a bit optimistic anyway.

I just went through most of the 48 tickets and cut the list down to 33
with only 1 Globe ticket left (for the redirect to Atlas).  I hope I
didn't mess up things too much.

Would you, Isis and Philipp, want to go through the list, too, and see
which of the tickets you'd want to close or seen done before we shut
down Globe (add keyword complete-before-abandoning-globe)?  And feel
free to look at recently closed Atlas and Globe tickets and consider
re-opening them if you disagree.

Hope that makes sense.  I feel we're getting closer!

All the best,

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