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Runner minutes was Re: release?

From: James Browning
Subject: Runner minutes was Re: release?
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2022 08:14:37 -0800 (PST)

> On 11/14/2022 4:21 PM PST Gary E. Miller <> wrote:
> Yo Greg!
> On Mon, 14 Nov 2022 10:24:25 -0500
> Greg Troxel <> wrote:
> > I haven't been paying much attention lately, but I just noticed we are
> > hundreds of commits and 9 months from the last release, so I wonder if
> > it's time to start thinking about a new one.  Perhaps there is not
> > that much wicked exciting, but in another project I maintain I like
> > to have releases sort of twice a year anyway, to distribute bugfixes
> > and to reset the clock on "you have to be on X to file bugs".
> We are on the same page.  I have been wanting the tcp:// reconnect stuff
> to get worted out before a release.  That finally seems to be the case.
> > I just fixed a buglet and now gpsd builds on NetBSD 9 and is running
> > tests happily so far.  (I hadn't tried in a while.)
> For some reason, the GitLab CI is only working a fews days every month
> now.  We have all gotten used to the pipeline catching bad MRs, but no
> more...

The output of an unrun job[1] says:
| No more CI minutes available
| You have used 485 out of 400 of your shared Runners pipeline minutes. For 
more information, go to the Runners page.

Might the paperwork to join an open-source program[2] at GitLab have been 
delayed or misfiled?

> > I don't mean to be pushy about this - just to ask the question.
> Waiting final confirmation on the reconnect.  I have no other planned
> work before a releease, except looking at the pending issues.
> So, warning to everyone.  There will be a release in  a few weeks.



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