TODO: * Disable all *Aurora projects * Create new *Nightly projects, bound to the new source and l10n repos * Sync all new projects * Migrate metadata (suggestions, attributions, timestamps)
After next merge day (April 17) we need to expose Nightly products instead of Aurora for localization. This bug depends on setting up a clone of mozilla-central to use as source (bug 1354005). Localizations will live on l10n-central. We'll need to: * Run the usual merge day scripts for Aurora -> Beta. That include a lot of files copying and removing this cycle: https://wiki.mozilla.org/L10n:Migration#Merge * Make sure that all aurora changesets are pulled in l10n-central before we switch over (I'll take care of it)
User Story: (updated)
Priority: -- → P2
Summary: Pontoon: Move products from Aurora to Nightly on next merge day (Firefox, Fennec, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey) → Pontoon: Move products from Aurora to Nightly on next merge day (Firefox, Fennec, Thunderbird, Lightning, SeaMonkey)
After some testing on stage over the weekend and yesterday, I went with a simpler process: I used the existing Aurora projects and changed their names, slugs and repository information. I also used the old en-US Aurora repositories as the starting point for the new Central en-US repositories. That way Pontoon was able to compare the last synced revision for each project (stored in the DB) with the latest repository revision, and only sync what had to be synced.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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