With focus for gitforge activity moving outside of a self-hosted git repo, that doesn't necessarily mean the project no longer needs it's own self-hosted git repo.
Question 1) Do we need to continue having a self-hosted git instance? I.e., what are the various needs we have, how are they fulfilled, etc.
Question 2) Who is committed/tasked/being asked to manage this system on-going?
Basically, I'm not presuming that CPE will be able to continue supporting git.centos.org as they move their attention and resources to a new gitforge. It is pragmatic to consider this situation in light of that.
@quaid if it is of any assistance, I'm happy to host the repo in Sydney. I have the hardware and redundant networking available to make this a possibility. Feel free to reach out if there is any interest.
We will have LOTS of warning if/when CPE retires this service, and can address it if/when that happens. Closing as per board meeting on 2021-03-10
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- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)
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