The earlier reported server migration has now completed.
The new fingerprint is: 87:f5:0a:b9:b2:07:87:31:a0:4d:e3:7e:20:e2:e4:d9
As of 14:00 CET we'll commence server migration, we should be back before or in the evening.
We planned to switch at a later time with an updated page template and Redmine upgrade,
but the SSL cert expiration forced us to do it now on very short notice.
We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused!
Please adjust the hostname for git:
https://git.dev-heaven.net to https://git.withsix.com
email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org
In simple terms replace dev-heaven.net by withsix.com.
You can update either manually by editing the .git/config file in a text editor
or by using: git set-url origin ....newhost...
Make sure to accept the SSH key of the server once!
If you have any troubles, please contact our support ASAP.
Server will go down for memory upgrade and fresh boot at 2012-02-24 14:45 CET.
Expected downtime is up to 30-60 minutes.
Performance boost! (2 comments)
All sites hosted on the DevHeaven.net server (DH, SU Portal, SCB, ACE/SIX wagn) should have a performance boost.
DevHeaven goes SSL! (2 comments)
As of today, DevHeaven has gone SSL (https), improving the security of the website.
At the same time we have implemented GitSmartWeb, which allows accessing git repositories hosted at DevHeaven, through https.
Authentication and Authorization is provided by the DevHeaven website;
You can use your DevHeaven username and password, and have access to the git repositories of the projects you have access to in the site.
You can only use git over https if the git repository has the same name as the project identifier in the website.
Example clone CBA:
git clone https://git.withsix.com/cca.git
Also as of today you can find the repository urls directly in the Repository module of each project.
- Managers and Developers can see who voted
- The Issue Voting module now must be enabled per project (Settings -> Modules). By default it's Disabled.
This change will get rid of a major annoyance of DH users.
Now you can edit your own ticket header in any project,
and also ticket header's of any other person.
Obviously be careful and cautious when editing other people's
ticket headers. Just use common sense.
We enabled this now as recent update of redmine introduced
diffs also for ticket headers. Therefore one can easily follow
changes to the ticket header.
- Hit Reply/Update
- Select Change properties [more]
- Change the Tracker/Subject/Description
- Notice the diff item
- Sample diff
If you have any issues, complaints or feedback,
please contact the site staff.
Redmine, the web-software powering dev-heaven, has been upgraded from 1.1.2 to 1.2.0.
Most notably Git repository browsing speed has majorly improved.
If you find any issues, let me know; http://dev-heaven.net/projects/heaven/issues
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