[Moin-user] moin-user migrating to mail.python.org

Roger Haase crosseyedpenguin at yahoo.com
Sun May 29 10:41:26 EDT 2016

MigratingToGitHub - MoinMoin and on #moin-dev about a year ago. Then it seemed most GSOC students were more familiar with GIT and Github than hg and Bitbucket.
Personally, hg and Bitbucket seem OK, except I wish Bitbucket would fix the layout of their bug tracker to show a wider title.
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    On Thursday, May 26, 2016 8:18 AM, Paul Boddie <paul at boddie.org.uk> wrote:

 On Thursday 26. May 2016 16.35.35 Roger Haase wrote:
> The migration (including archives and subscriptions) is planned for June
> 15, 2016. If you have any concerns, you may express them here or
> there: https://moinmo.in/MigratingMailToPythonOrg If all goes as planned,
> there is nothing for you to do except update your contact list. A reminder
> will be sent to this list after migration is complete.

This is probably good news, given that the core Moin developers don't really 
seem to read this list any more. I also noticed that Thomas has created a 
project on GitHub for Moin, for at least the 1.x version. Has there been any 
public discussion of this anywhere?


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