Drupal.org to Cease Patch Testing and DrupalCI Testing, Urging Transition to GitLab CI


Effective July 1, 2024, all patch testing and DrupalCI testing on Drupal.org will come to a halt, necessitating projects to migrate to GitLab CI for automated testing. This significant transition necessitates contributors to switch from patches to merge requests by the specified date. As part of this change, projects without DrupalCI testing configured are no longer able to add it, and direct access to log output and artifacts on DrupalCI is no longer available.

After April 30, 2024, DrupalCI schedules cannot be added or modified, and all DrupalCI and patch testing will be formally disabled on July 1, 2024. Consequently, contributors are urged to familiarize themselves with GitLab CI, with a preconfigured .gitlab-ci.yml template readily available to streamline the testing process. It is essential for project maintainers and contributors to adapt to these changes to ensure continued seamless testing and collaboration on Drupal.org.

The update, announced by Gábor Hojtsy on February 7, 2024, highlights the concerted efforts to facilitate a smooth transition to the new testing framework and emphasizes the necessity of embracing these changes before the specified deadline. 

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