We’re reaching a point where hosting Funkwhale projects on my personnal Gitlab instance is not realistic. Moving it to a dedicated server will also enable giving access to other people, giving me peace of mind if I ever need to stop contributing for any reason.
If you’re interested in the technical aspects of the migration, I’ve opened a dedicated ticket: https://code.eliotberriot.com/funkwhale/governance/issues/6
Migration is over, you can now safely use https://dev.funkwhale.audio. Please report any issue that may have been caused by the migration here. You can also delete your account from https://code.eliotberriot.com
Manual steps required if you had some Funkwhale repositories cloned from code.eliotberriot.com
If you had some Git repositories cloned on your computer, you will need to update your repo config, otherwise you’ll end up interacting with the old Gitlab instance instead of the new one.
It’s really simple:
- Open your repo
- Replace any occurence of
dev.funkwhale.audio, and remove any port pointing to
2222, if any
[remote "origin"] url = ssh://[email protected]:2222/funkwhale/contribute.git
[remote "origin"] url = ssh://[email protected]/funkwhale/contribute.git