|[emf-dev] EMF Services moving to GitHub|
Hi all,As part of the planned EF infra changes , EMF Services  is moving to GitHub.
The code has already been moved (sorry for not announcing it here). It is now at:
- https://github.com/eclipse/emf-query - https://github.com/eclipse/emf-validation - https://github.com/eclipse/emf-transactionThe builds are still at https://ci.eclipse.org/emfservices/. There is no plan to move them as long as the EF still provides this service.
Next however are the ~70 open bugzillas tickets . As part of the move, and given the limited resources available to work on this project, I will close as WONTFIX all tickets which do not seem to have a realistic chance to be treated (which should be most of them). If you feel strongly about one of these and are prepared to contribute and/or sponsor the required work, please open an equivalent GitHub issue (with links both ways) instead of re-opening the bugzilla. You can mark the bugzilla as CLOSED/MOVED instead of CLOSED/WONTFIX in this case.
For the few tickets that I still hope to treat one day, I'll open the GitHub issue myself. I will mass-close the bugzilla tickets with an corresponding message in the next few days.
Regards, Pierre-Charles David (Obeo)  https://eclip.se/577150  https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/modeling.emfservices https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/buglist.cgi?bug_status=UNCONFIRMED&bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&classification=Modeling&list_id=21191611&product=EMF%20Services&query_format=advanced
PS: GMF Runtime will follow the same steps when I find the time to work on it. The code itself is also already on GitHub at https://github.com/eclipse/gmf-notation and https://github.com/eclipse/gmf-runtime.
-- Pierre-Charles David (Obeo)
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