[Freeswitch-dev] mirror to GitHub?
mitch.capper at gmail.com
Thu Dec 28 16:59:49 UTC 2017
You can turn off the ability to file issues and PR on GH if so desired. I
think it is great GH is being more flexible on their strict checking (I had
also filed a ticket previously but back then they were not doing such
adjustments). If FS doesn't want an official GH mirror it would be nice
if there was an unofficial community one. Yes stash can do many of the
same items but the GH interface is very easy, it has a far larger base of
people who already have accounts.
On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 9:40 AM, Chad Phillips <chad at apartmentlines.com>
> For me the biggest value in having a mirror would be a backup location to
> clone FreeSWITCH in case the main repo is down. Not that it happens very
> often, it just always seems to happen at the very moment I’m doing
> something time sensitive and important ;)
> I could certainly maintain my own mirror for that purpose, it just seems
> like a community mirror would solve the problem for everyone in one go.
> If we didn’t want to do it via Github (which I can certainly understand
> given the issue duplication/etc), I’d vote for having it on a secondary
> server in the FreeSWITCH ecosystem.
> On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 8:46 AM, Michael Jerris <mike at jerris.com> wrote:
>> I don’t see any value in adding a GitHub mirror. Stash already has the
>> capabilities that you would get from GitHub and allows for better workflow
>> for the core development team, a GitHub mirror would just be another place
>> we would have to monitor for bug reports and patches, that adds overhead to
>> us but no value.
>> On Dec 16, 2017, at 10:53 PM, Adam Goode <adam at spicenitz.org> wrote:
>> I know that the freeswitch repo has some compatibility issues with
>> GitHub, with the two multi-author commits made some time ago.
>> I recently was able to push a clone of freeswitch to GitHub by filing a
>> ticket and asking them to disable the strict checking for those objects.
>> Now that there is a way to do so, it might be worth setting up a mirror
>> of freeswitch to GitHub. Many projects that host their main git repo
>> elsewhere still find value in keeping a GitHub mirror. I personally would
>> find it useful. https://help.github.com/articles/about-github-mirrors/
>> It's just a thought, now that there is a way around the previous
>> technical limitation.
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