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Will the migration from Bugzilla to GitLab be lossless in the same way that migration from CVS to GIT was pretty lossless? Further will there be a set of very long term legacy links from all the long and short form Bugzilla URIs so that anyone browsing e.g. will find that the links work just as before, just linking to the GitLab Issue successor to the Bugzilla? In so far as the GitLab migration is actually, or suspected to be, less than 100% lossless will there be an automatic "see-also" in GitLab to direct back at the original Bugzilla perhaps hosted by


        Ed Willink

On 18/12/2020 17:17, Mickael Istria wrote:

On Fri, Dec 18, 2020 at 6:00 PM Denis Roy <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yes, GitLab supports issue dependency, even across repositories /
projects. See this as an example, where GitLab issue #1 is blocked by
Technology/Dash issue #146

Great, I stand corrected and see that as a major benefit of GitLab. That removes the main concern I got about such a migration away from Bugzilla!

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