I also wrote two small scripts to help in the migration from #sourcehut to #gitea, if you're interested you can check them out: https://git.augendre.info/gaugendre/migrate-srht-gitea
They helped cloning all my repos in my new Gitea instance without having to do it by hand. I even saved the repo description in the process 🎉
I didn't write any script to migrate issues since I had like 3, I just copy/pasted them.
@Crocmagnon I search for the name of a thing I want to import. For instance, was that one thing pyyaml or python-yaml? Was it pyarcade or just arcade? That sort of "dummy check" before trying to install it.
So far I've heard a lot of "I didn't even know about the search subcommand", and yet apparently the search subcommand was brining Pypi's servers down because their API was getting hit so much. It makes me wonder who and what *was* [ab]using it, and to what end.
I feel like pip losing its search function is a big deal, but I haven't seen much chatter about it online.
I used it often, but Python programmers are insisting to me now that nobody ever used it, and I shouldn't want it. Seems surprising because it was a thing pip had, and it sure seemed like people used it.
Am I the only one who got the wrong meaaage early on? Do people not use pip search?
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@kelbot I am more likely to ssh into a machine, then go DANGIT and have to back out (or open another terminal) to scp because oh yeah, my home machine can see the machine I'm ssh'd into, but not vice versa.
So I finally decided to stick with GoatCounter. Plausible is really nice but has too many moving parts for my setup. GoatCounter is a single binary and can be backed by SQLite which is perfect for the very low volume of my website.
Considering features, for my use case both tools seemed pretty identical but I feel plausible can do a bit more advanced stuff than GC.
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