Re: An update on RHEL moving to

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On Mon, Sep 11 2023 at 08:00:29 AM -0400, Solomon Peachy via devel <devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Not to retread old drama, but doesn't Fedora now rely on a proprietary
version of Gitlab?

No? All of our packages are on and our Fedora-specific source code goes on These are both Pagure, not GitLab. It is open source.

I think we *should* move to GitLab, but only if it's an open source GitLab instance like most other major open source projects use (GNOME, KDE,, Debian, etc.) We should not depend on proprietary services to build Fedora unless there is no suitable alternative, and there are *many* suitable alternatives here. This is core to Fedora's mission and identity. It wouldn't be strategic to compromise on this.


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