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Process to request the read-only mirror of a non-gerrit code repository in Diffusion
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We have seen users in #wikimedia-devtools asking how can they get their repository imported in Phabricator. Having a process defined and documented would help the Diffusion takeover.

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Import from where, SVN? Or is this about replacing gerrit for some repos?

A process to import repositories from anywhere, i.e. GitHub too. This is not about replacing existing repositories in Gerrit, but about making them here available as well. Like all these: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/diffusion/

Nemo_bis renamed this task from Process to request the import of a code repository to Diffusion to Process to request the mirror of a non-gerrit code repository in Diffusion.Dec 12 2014, 7:15 AM
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Nemo_bis renamed this task from Process to request the mirror of a non-gerrit code repository in Diffusion to Process to request the read-only mirror of a non-gerrit code repository in Diffusion.Jan 24 2015, 10:45 AM

Right now my inclination on repository requests (also in the vein of T1009) is to just file a request against #repo-admins which is the group that can handle it.

Right now my inclination on repository requests (also in the vein of T1009) is to just file a request against #repo-admins which is the group that can handle it.

+1, obvious and similar to Project-Admins as well.

Right now my inclination on repository requests (also in the vein of T1009) is to just file a request against #repo-admins which is the group that can handle it.

+1, obvious and similar to Project-Admins as well.

https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Phabricator/Diffusion#Requesting_a_new_repository

If that is sufficient for now, then let's just iterate on-wiki and call this good?

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/me thinks that @greg just wants to bolster his closed-task count.

I don't think Phabricator provides a list of people ordered by tasks closed like (IIRC) Bugzilla did?

/me thinks that @greg just wants to bolster his closed-task count.

:P I really just want to bolster the close-tasks in this project count. :)