Re: An update on RHEL moving to

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On Mon, Sep 11, 2023 at 09:20:09AM -0700, Adam Williamson wrote:
> IIRC it was a condition of that proposal that we wind up on a hosted
> version of the *open source* release of gitlab, which is something we
> managed to talk gitlab into doing for us. IMBW, though, it was a while
> ago.

Short version is: yes, we did talk them into that with an informal plan, and
then someone higher up at gitlab pulled the plug on the idea.

At this point, we need to step back and re-evaluate all of our options. I'm
open to the idea of a revitalized pagure as one of the possibilities, but
before I'd personally back that, I'd like to see it _really_ revitalized...
it needs to be more than a heroic effort by a few people. Otherwise, we'll
be back in the same place in few years.

Matthew Miller
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