As announced earlier on this list, we have moved OBS and all offical related modules from gitorious.org to github.com.
The new anonymous git url is git://github.com/openSUSE/$MODULE Some of the modules got renamed during this move:
build-service => open-build-service sign => obs-sign build => obs-build shared-resources => obs-shared-resources (Not needed anymore since OBS 2.3) themes => opensuse-themes
Not renamed, but moved modules are: * osc * osc2 * hermes * software-o-o
Of course no commit, branch, tag or credential is lost.
We did not moved older unmaintained or inofficial modules. In case you want to get your repo moved as well, please speak up.
You can either do a new clone from github or change the origin URL in your local clone with the following commands:
git rename origin gitorious.org git remote set-url origin git://github.com/openSUSE/open-build-service.git
In general, a overview of the exiting official and unoffical modules and their source locations can be found here:
All moved repositories have no commit permission on gitorious anymore.
Users who (should) have push permissions: =========================================
First of all we want try to use kernel development workflow with github (since it has working email notifications and pull request mechanism). That means only the most frequent contributors have currently a push permission. All others should should do the fork & pull request step as described here:
If this model becomes a problem, we can switch back to peer review again. Please feel free to discuss about this on the obs mailing list.
People with a github account and added into to the "OBS Core Developer" group can do the following to modify their local git clones:
git rename origin gitorious.org git remote set-url origin email@example.com:openSUSE/open-build-service.git
In case you think that you should have push permissions, but you don't have atm, please create a github account and drop us (either Sascha or me) a mail.