< SysadminRevision as of 23:20, 28 January 2015 by Jkt (talk | contribs)(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) This page aims to give an overview over the infrastructure that KDE relies on. It tries to give an overview in a feature matrix such that we, the community, can make an informed decision about the merits of each contestant. } Please extend the list, and correct anything thats wrong. Please add links wherever appropriate. Feature Phabricator Gerrit Git Repository Hosting Yes Yes Git Repository Browsing Diffusion Integration with external viewer (see our instance) Git Commit Browsing Diffusion Integration with external viewer (see our instance) Anongit Built-in replication, configurable per-repo. Built-in replication, configurable per-repo. Project Tree Structure No No Pre Commit Review Differential Yes Fine-grained review (separate labels, +1/+2,...) No Yes Bypass Reviews Yes Yes Scratch Repository Supported with minor modification, Proper support to be added later. A simple script for forwarding one API call Uploading changes via Git Not yet Yes Uploading changes via command line Yes, via Arcanist Yes, via Git Uploading changes via Web Yes https://tools.wmflabs.org/gerrit-patch-uploader/ Downloading changes via Git No Yes Downloading changes via Command line Yes, via Arcanist Yes, via Git Downloading changes via Web Yes (patch file - see https://secure.phabricator.com/D234) Yes (base64, zip - See KDE gerrit demo) Ability to merge patch directly from Web UI Disabled due to limitations in how it works, pending rewrite. Yes CI Integration http://www.guywarner.com/2014/06/part-2-integrating-phabricator-and.html or http://www.dctrwatson.com/2013/01/jenkins-and-phabricator/ Native, see KDE gerrit demo Closing Bugs on Bugzilla Existing git hooks Native support via its-bugzilla gerrit plugin Post Commit Review Audit Commenting on closed reviews Clustering for scalability To a certain extent. WIth the appropriate setup certain components can be separated to different systems if needed. Yes Allows to replace svn web services (reviewboard, websvn), with same system Yes (?) No Optional integrated task/todo management Yes No, but integration is possible (see the demo) Optional integrated issue tracking Yes Bidirectional integration with Bugzilla is finished, other task trackers (including phabricator) are supported Online code editor No Yes (2.11) Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Sysadmin/FutureInfrastructure&oldid=41404" This page was last edited on 28 January 2015, at 23:20. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.