Re: [eigen] GitLab migration is starting now!

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I'm not that familiar (yet) with gitlab, but it looks like you need to have at least "Reporter" status to make PRs. And you should be able to request access via a link near the project name (can't confirm this, since Gael already granted me access):

Question (to people familiar with gitlab): Is it possible to allow everyone to file bugs/make PRs? (If yes, would that be a good idea? This would be a security risk if we have unsufficiently safe CI-servers)

@Gael: We already got some requests to access Eigen. Shall we automatically grant "Reporter" rights to everyone who wants to? (Definitely, we should not automatically grant Developer access to anyone ...)


On 05/12/2019 17.33, Joel Holdsworth wrote:
Hi Gael!

Thanks for this. It's going to make my work so much easier.

I just wanted to resubmit my int8 ostream patches, but it seems that I dodn't have permissions to submit a merge request. Do you need to open up the MRs to non-members?


On 12/4/19 9:17 PM, Gael Guennebaud wrote:

The critical steps of the migration are done. I've thus made public the new repo:

I've also re-opened the deprecated mercurial repo on bitbucket so that people can smoothly migrate their clones, links, etc.

Please report any outdated links and mercurial/bitbucket references you'll find. I'm already aware of some pages on our wiki, like: -<>

Any help on updating those old documentations will be greatly appreciated!


On Wed, Dec 4, 2019 at 9:04 AM Gael Guennebaud <gael.guennebaud@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:gael.guennebaud@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:


    as planed we'll start the migration to GitLab today. This means that
    the Eigen's bitbucket project (repository+pull-requests) won't be
    accessible within a few minutes. Same for our bugzilla that will be
    turned as read-only.

    Wish me good luck and see you soon for announcing the availability
    of the new git repository!


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