[Python-Dev] Bugs Migration to OpenShift
Victor made a good point here. After discussion with Maciej, we will
postpone this migration to OpenShift until after sprints since bpo
will be heavily used.
Maciej and I will update everyone on the timeline after sprints.
On Mon, Apr 30, 2018 at 12:54 AM, Victor Stinner <vstinner at redhat.com> wrote:
> Does it mean that the final switch will happen during the sprints?
> Would it be possible to do it before or after? If bugs.python.org
> doesn't work during the sprint, it will be much harder to contribute
> to CPython during the sprints.
> (If I misunderstood, ignore my message :-))
> 2018-04-29 19:07 GMT+02:00 Mark Mangoba <mmangoba at python.org>:
>> Hi All,
>> We?re planning to finish up the bugs.python.org migration to Red Hat
>> OpenShift by May 14th (US Pycon Sprints). For the most part
>> everything will stay same, with the exception of cleaning up some old
>> URL?s and redirects from the previous hosting provider: Upfront
>> We will post a more concrete timeline here by May 1st, but wanted to
>> share this exciting news to move bugs.python.org into a more stable
>> and optimal state.
>> Thank you all for your patience and feedback. A special thanks to
>> Maciej Szulik and Red Hat for helping the PSF with this project.
>> Best regards,
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