[tor-project] reminder meeting (Re: Follow up Gitlab next steps (Re: update on ticket system discussion)
gaba at torproject.org
Mon Sep 16 16:48:17 UTC 2019
A reminder that we are meeting tomorrow September 17th to discuss this
proposal of migration from trac.
El 9/6/19 a las 1:52 PM, Gaba escribió:
> With Pili we have been working on this document to compare features
> between trac and gitlab as well as proposal for a structure and
> workflows. Please take a look and send
> It seems that the next step will be to get together between everybody
> interested in this transition (or in not doing it) and discuss this plan
> as well as how to move forward.
> We are going to meet on
> September 17th, at 18UTC in #tor-meeting
> Please, send me, pili or to the mailing list any comment if you can not
> make it to the meeting.
> El 7/29/19 a las 8:07 AM, Gaba escribió:
>> There has been some discussion in the 'corridors' of Tor and in the last
>> meeting face to face during the session on 'internal tooling' and
>> specifically about tickets system. I'm sending this mail to try to
>> summarize what the discussion has been until now, make it transparent
>> and try to get an agreement on how to move forward.
>> - Trac software is not being mantained (from our perspective of users of
>> Trac this is a bomb getting ready to explode) 
>> - Move out into a better (possible feature parity with what we use now
>> AND integration between project management tool and tickets) and
>> mantained ticketing system.
>> Discussion until now
>> - A few years ago there was a survey  on which features people would
>> like to see in a new ticketing system.
>> - There is a ticket  that has a discussion on features needed and a
>> document  that brainstorm features between trac and gitlab.
>> - The last meeting in Stockholm there has been several discussions on
>> what is needed. 
>> - In 2017 Hiro and the network team experimented with the oniongit.eu
>> Gitlab instance.
>> - In 2019, a test instance was setup, called "dip.torproject.org",
>> that a few projects are using right now to test its use.
>> We are mostly considering Gitlab (until now) because:
>> 1. We can host it ourselves and not have other company control the data.
>> 2. It is open source .
>> 3. It is mantained .
>> 4. It supports the project management tool that we are interested in.
>> Before moving forward we need:
>> 1. Consensus or a clear compromise on what to move into.
>> 2. A plan on how the migration to a new ticketing system will happen. I
>> started drafting it here (thinking that Gitlab would be the new one)
>> . This plan is still a work in progress and we will continue doing it
>> when we all agree on which system to move into.
>>  https://trac.edgewall.org/roadmap
>>  https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/30857
>>  https://nc.riseup.net/s/TYX37BDT4eQfTiW
>>  https://dip.torproject.org
>>  https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org
>>  https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/roadmap?layout=MONTHS
>>  https://nc.riseup.net/s/SnQy3yMJewRBwA7
Project Manager: Network, Anti-Censorship and Metrics teams
gaba at torproject.org
she/her are my pronouns
GPG Fingerprint EE3F DF5C AD91 643C 21BE 8370 180D B06C 59CA BD19
More information about the tor-project