Lauri Ojansivu <x(a)xet7.org> writes:
- Gogs requires much less RAM etc resources than GitLab
I also prefer to run slim software and avoid bloated software as far as
possible. Therefore, I second this.
- Gogs roadmap includes importing also GitHub issues, although there
some import scripts etc somewhere that could be used
GitHub has a usable export API, and if Gogs can be scripted, I can write
a conversion script myself that will fulfill our specific needs. Can
Gogs be scripted?
This script will cause no maintenance work, because after the import is
done, it will never be run again.
- While it would be possible to use GitLab for TSC In English and
other projects that need local translation, supporting and managing
multiple systems for same purpose takes much more time.
I’m unsure what is the argument here. Do you imagine TSC to have local
subprojects that will only be communicated within in a language other
than English? If so, I doubt that this will ever be the case, because
other OSS projects much larger than us do not even have such
What is the current state of email replies to tickets? I know, I need to
set up some testing instances of Gogs and GitLab myself and test it out,
but my time is fairly limited at the moment. Again, if the software can
be scripted, I am willing to write an email processing script myself. I
have done that with Chessboard already, and I can do it again (after
fixing the handling in Chessboard, I know it is not perfect, just look
at the "guest" posts...).
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