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- Dec 17 2014, 10:23 PM (276 w, 1 d)
Has also opted in now.
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Because it should be protected, as this is code that executes automatically on our infrastructure and only a handful of people need to make changes to this code.
Additionally to that, this code has access to a bot account that has greater privileges than a normal developer account.
Fri, Mar 27
It's probably worth re-running now so grab any changes since then, after that we can set the repository up on invent.kde.org/git.kde.org.
If you'd like to use Gitlab immediately, please create the repository there as it will be easier to move it to it's final home.
I'm afraid I know of nobody else who understands these in detail.
Thanks. That macro really does cause quite a bit of trouble...
Could this commit be the cause of https://build.kde.org/job/Applications/job/krdc/job/stable-kf5-qt5%20FreeBSDQt5.14/3/consoleText
(ie. this commit is SIC?)
This has now been done.
Thu, Mar 26
@bport Sorry, but this cannot be left in a broken state like this.
This has now been actioned as requested and I have re-run the site generation for rolisteam.org.
Tue, Mar 24
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Sat, Mar 21
That is strange - as our FreeBSD Builders definitely have an /etc/fstab file:
root@FreeBSDBuilderIota:~ # cat /etc/fstab # Device Mountpoint FStype Options Dump Pass# /dev/vtbd0p2 none swap sw 0 0
Tue, Mar 17
There should be no further changes to Dr Konqi at this time as it fails to build from source on both FreeBSD and Windows.
Please see the relevant CI jobs for more information - https://build.kde.org/view/Failing/job/Plasma/job/drkonqi/
I have checked and can confirm that Gitlab CE does support Git Partial Clones, subject to the support being enabled (it isn't by default).
This change, and changes subsequent to it have broken the build of kde-gtk-config.
The following is notice that I intend to revert this change, along with the corresponding commits that make use of this functionality in Dr Konqi, as they cause a FTBFS on both FreeBSD and Windows which has not been addressed.
This regression is over a week old at this point.
One of the changes in this string of 4 revisions has unfortunately broken the build of Baloo on the CI system.
Please see https://build.kde.org/view/Failing/job/Frameworks/job/baloo/job/kf5-qt5%20FreeBSDQt5.13/90/console
Mon, Mar 16
Nothing blocking this no, it just fell off my radar.
Thu, Mar 12
The following repositories have just moved to Gitlab:
- websites/calligra-org - websites/planet-kde-org - websites/krita-org-theme
Wed, Mar 11
Tue, Mar 10
Sat, Mar 7
This looks okay to me - will leave it to Hannah to confirm though.
Could you post this in a separate branch of the websites/planet-kde-org repository?
Unfortunately with all of the old code being removed and the hackergotchi's moving it isn't really possible to review this in Phabricator
Fri, Mar 6
Looks good to me!
Mar 4 2020
This looks generally fine to me, although there seem to be some whitespace issues above?
Mar 1 2020
Have you had a chance to look into this @broulik?
Feb 29 2020
The Sysadmin component of the report is as follows:
Feb 28 2020
Feb 24 2020
Please note that the FreeBSD breakage has now started to cause Dependency Builds on the CI system to fail.
Feb 23 2020
Feb 22 2020
The following two projects have now opted in as well:
- breeze-gtk - falkon
Feb 20 2020
Feb 19 2020
Feb 16 2020
Thanks for confirming Luigi.
From what I understand this has now been effectively resolved?
Git LFS is certainly an option for larger files as Gitlab provides us with support for that.