I’ve started to migrate my projects to GitLab from GitHub yesterday. I will continue mirroring those to GitHub for increased detectability and easy of installation via plug.kak, but will not accept issues or pull requests on GitHub anymore. This might lower down contribution a bit, because GitLab is less popular, but I think it is fine. All projects will have a link to the repo in description
Do you make the jump to GitLab for ethical or technical reasons? (maybe both)
both, plus we use gitlab self hosting at work, so it’s easier to me.
Actually I’ve always developed plugins in the gitlab, just imported those to github at the release and continued there. So this is more back to home rather than to the new home
Just a thought as I’m heading out the door. How about a curated list of non github plugin repos on discuss.kakoune as the plugin archive list only scrapes github.com which is very limiting.
Perhaps a link from the github plugins archive to the discuss.kakoune repo list might help out others/new users.
You know that sort of thing. Ok bye.