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From "James E. King, III" <>
Subject [VOTE]: Move from legacy asf git to Apache GitBox
Date Wed, 21 Mar 2018 12:18:14 GMT
Apache GitBox provides the Thrift project more control over the lifecycle
of pull requests and improve the team's ability to get things done in a
timely manner.  The goal is to improve team self-service in GitHub and
integrated CI workflows.  One important improvement for committers is that
it allows them to "Rebase and Merge" directly in GitHub, assuming the
commit description meets published guidelines.    It also allows for more
control over GitHub features such as issues (note there are no plans to
switch from Apache Hira to GitHub Issues right now), and it allows pull
requests to be assigned to committers and labelled.

I found one discussion link for reference from another Apache project
considering conversion back in July 2017:

Please VOTE:

[ ] +1 Move to Apache GitBox
[ ] +0
[ ] -1 Don't move to  Apache  GitBox because...

Voting will end in 72 hours (excluding the weekend), March 26, 2018 at
9:00:00 AM EDT

- Jim King (PMC Member)

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