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From "Alex O'Ree" <alexo...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [NOTICE] Mandatory migration of git repos to gitbox.apache.org - three weeks left!
Date Tue, 15 Jan 2019 23:38:59 GMT
Issue opened, sorry for the delay


On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 2:50 AM Apache Infrastructure Team <
infrastructure@apache.org> wrote:

> Hello, juddi folks.
> As stated earlier in 2018, and reiterated two weeks ago, all git
> repositories must be migrated from the git-wip-us.apache.org URL to
> gitbox.apache.org, as the old service is being decommissioned. Your
> project is receiving this email because you still have repositories on
> git-wip-us that needs to be migrated.
> The following repositories on git-wip-us belong to your project:
>  - juddi-styles.git
>  - juddi.git
>  - juddi-scout.git
> We are now entering the remaining three weeks of the mandated
> (coordinated) move stage of the roadmap, and you are asked to please
> coordinate migration with the Apache Infrastructure Team before February
> 7th. All repositories not migrated on February 7th will be mass migrated
> without warning, and we'd appreciate it if we could work together to
> avoid a big mess that day :-).
> As stated earlier, moving to gitbox means you will get full write access
> on GitHub as well, and be able to close/merge pull requests and much
> more. The move is mandatory for all Apache projects using git.
> To have your repositories moved, please follow these steps:
> - Ensure consensus on the move (a link to a lists.apache.org thread will
>   suffice for us as evidence).
> - Create a JIRA ticket at https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA
> Your migration should only take a few minutes. If you wish to migrate
> at a specific time of day or date, please do let us know in the ticket,
> otherwise we will migrate at the earliest convenient time.
> There will be redirects in place from git-wip to gitbox, so requests
> using the old remote origins should still work (however we encourage
> people to update their remotes once migration has completed).
> As always, we appreciate your understanding and patience as we move
> things around and work to provide better services and features for
> the Apache Family.
> Should you wish to contact us with feedback or questions, please do so
> at: users@infra.apache.org.
> With regards,
> Apache Infrastructure

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