Mercurial Servers

Jorge VillaseƱor salinasv at
Thu Jan 28 12:48:28 EST 2016

On Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 7:30 AM, Gary Kramlich <grim at> wrote:

> On Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 9:27 AM, Daniel Atallah
> <daniel.atallah at> wrote:
> > Sorry, I meant to reply sooner.
> >
> > I'm generally in favor of reducing non-valuable workload, and this mostly
> > fits in that category.
> >
> > A couple questions:
> >
> > How would you foresee handling security related changes prior to a
> release?
> > Currently we have a private staging repo, which seems to work well.  In
> > theory this should be possible with BB as well, but I'm not sure if that
> > would be possible without cost.
> Bitbucket has unlimited private repos for all accounts, including free
> accounts.
> > Would we want to keep the current commits mailing list, or move to BB
> > notifications?
> Right now I'm pushing any commits from Bitbucket into by
> using a webhook.  It's crufty, but I can do the same thing with the
> email hook although as you implied, I'm not sure that's necessary.

It would not be necessary to migrate the email hook because Bitbucket have
equivalent or you mean the emails are not necessary?

FWIW I love the commit emails.

> > -D
> Thanks,
> --
> Gary Kramlich <grim at>


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