Winding down Phabricator
nicolas.alvarez at gmail.com
Sun Jun 21 17:49:58 BST 2020
Phabricator will stay running for now since there are many pending tasks and reviews on it. We also need to archive reviews for read-only access before we shut it down, which will take some time.
- You can continue using Phabricator tasks.
- Phabricator code reviews still work, but we *really* want people to use GitLab merge requests instead for new reviews. We may disable creation of new Phabricator reviews in the future.
- Automatic closing of tasks and reviews based on commit messages (like "Fixes T1234") doesn't work anymore, so you will have to close them manually.
> On 21 Jun 2020, at 13:21, L. E. Segovia <amy at amyspark.me> wrote:
> Hi Ben,
> We GSoC students (at least in the Krita project) have been requested to keep track of our progress via Phabricator tasks. Must we manually link to changes now?
>> On 21/06/2020 03:38, Ben Cooksley wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> With the completion of Phase 1 of our move to Gitlab, all code review
>> activity should now be taking place on Gitlab, with only residual
>> reviews being cleaned out of Phabricator (which hopefully we're
>> already well underway with - please start this if you haven't already)
>> This leaves just Tasks left on Phabricator.
>> As interacting with repositories isn't a core requirement for this
>> functionality, we've now taken the step of disabling all repository
>> functionality on Phabricator.
>> This means that going forward, repositories will no longer be
>> browsable on Phabricator, nor will commit information be visible on
>> Phabricator. Additionally, actions normally taken via hooks (such as
>> "Differential Revision" and "Fixes Txxx") will no longer work.
>> Should anyone have any questions regarding this, please let us know.
>> Ben Cooksley
>> KDE Sysadmin
> Best regards,
> amyspark 🌸 https://www.amyspark.me
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