Well... I didn't quite think this through before sending to the list.
The freeciv source code already lives on github and I guess changing
this is not a question right now.
So yeah why not manage the issues there as well...
On 06.11.2020 10:48, graf wasili wrote:
Are there any news regarding this?
Maybe a sensible first step would be for one of the administrators to
ask planio support if new users for migrated hostedredmine instances
would be viable.
I agree with Andreas but I think a more independent hoster with some
FOSS spirit might be a better fit.
A quick search came up with two candidates:
On 20.10.2020 22:11, Andreas Røsdal wrote:
Freeciv could move handling of issues and pull-requests to GitHub.
Would be much better for contributors.
tir. 20. okt. 2020, 22:07 skrev Marko Lindqvist <cazfi74@xxxxxxxxx>:
Since hostedredmine moved under planio, there seems to be only an
option to sign in with an existing hostedredmine account, and no
option to create a new account. Further, the hostedredmine.com 
page says: "HostedRedmine.com by Planio remains free for all
users, ...". Note word "existing".
If, like it seems, we can't have new users to hostedredmine, this
serious issue for the project. It's always important to get new
volunteers in, and especially as we are low on manpower.
That "low on manpower" part unfortunately also means that it's not
clear how fast we can react. We already have too long TODO of high
priority issues. Let me know if somebody from the community would
volunteer to investigate our options.
For the time being one option for new volunteers is to send
to this mailing list, from which maintainers then submit them to
hostedredmine. I'm afraid this is not an waterproof process. To
sure we don't miss your patch, please ping again if nobody has
to a patch you've sent in a couple of days.