On Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 06:55:22PM +0200, Lars Vogdt wrote:
From my personal POW: as gitlab should only host stuff that affects our infrastructure or contains other, very sensitive information, I would not mind to go with completely separate accounts for this. Most of us will probably use their ssh-keys anyway and leave the UI where it is. It might make it a bit more complicated as all who need access have to maintain another account for the "openSUSE infrastructure work", but on the other way this gives us some additional security (thinking about not working remote authentication or hacked accounts).
The UI is still quite important as there is no (or no good) cli command to: - view build status - file merge request But in general I agree, on Monday I'm making it public no matter what.
While I read about tasks: what about starting with some junior tasks already and cleaning up the tickets in progress, anyone ? :-)
I guess we can collect additional jobs like:
+1, that too! We already got IonutVan on #opensuse-admin the past days doing a lot of bugwrangling, with the amazing result of fixing all planet tickets (finally!). I just didn't mention it before as I focused on salt tasks -- Theo Chatzimichos <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> System Administrator SUSE Operations and Services Team