Re: [eigen] GitLab migration is starting now!

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I guess we could revoke reporter access from those who got that? Or is there any benefit having that now? (And we could disable requesting access -- the few people who had write access and still need it, can write to the core-list).

Also, any opinion on FastForward-Merge vs Merge vs semi-linear-Merge?
  --> Setting/General/Merge Requests/Merge Method

FF-Merges could actually introduce non-working commits to the main branch (if they are not tested individually or squashed to a single commit). So I'm actually slightly tending towards the semi-linear history approach.


On 05/12/2019 22.25, Gael Guennebaud wrote:
On Thu, Dec 5, 2019 at 6:22 PM Martin Pecka <peci.jh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

There has to be a better way to configure this. A random project like allows me to see
the MRs although I'm not a member.

Indeed. Now everyone can submit MR, just like everyone was already allowed
to submit bugs.


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