Season’s greetings everyone,
We are excited to announce that a big milestone for Chakra was recently achieved as our self-hosted Gitlab instance is now open for everyone to use.
Special thanks and kudos to @totte for all the hard work he put into this. Switching from an infrastructure that has served us for 10 years now and was split among different pages and software definitely wasn’t easy.
In Gitlab, we all get to use a modern and actively maintained FOSS software solution that unifies several of Chakra’s services. There’s now a single entry point for hosting code, tracking issues, milestones and feature requests, as well as development discussions. Registering and logging in also gets easier as you can use preexisting accounts from Bitbucket, GitHub or GitLab.
Please report problems with packages in the specific repository that holds the related application or library and issues or requests on development in the specific section of the tool:
You can find more technical details and information on all the changes on this thread.