On 07.01.2016 13:48, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger wrote:
On 07.01.2016 09:28, Stefan Tauner wrote:
On Thu, 7 Jan 2016 09:13:17 +0100 Patrick Georgi email@example.com wrote:
2016-01-07 9:09 GMT+01:00 Stefan Tauner firstname.lastname@example.org:
Do you have any suggestions regarding the patchwork database? What did coreboot do with its pw when it was switched to gerrit?
We noticed that nobody cared, so it's still lying dormant.
I was fearing that this would be the answer because I actually use it for flashrom and this needs to be solved in some way or another when we switch. One possibility would be to just keep it until all important stuff is gone but I guess that is not an option for you and Stefan?
The other would be to push the related changes to the new system. It would be quite some work (I don't have all of the foreign patches in my local git) but it would have the advantage to 1) bring them into a applicable and reviewable state, 2) test if the switch attracts any reviewing activity.
AFAIK there is http://patchwork.ozlabs.org/ which provides patchwork hosting for other projects. We might be able to migrate our stuff to them.
That would solve the hosting problem and remove the admin overhead.
I'm currently working out the details of moving the flashrom patchwork instance to ozlabs.org.
Is there any interest in moving the coreboot patchwork instance as well, or should we just let it die or convert it to static html?