inactivity limit exceeded
Do we need this repository or should we archive it (see below).
Dear GitLab users,
The last project activity was on November 08, 2019, thus exceeding the inactivity limit of 24 months.
For projects that are no longer actively maintained but still require read-only access we would like to inform you about GitLab’s archiving feature. Archiving a project automatically excludes it from the project lifecycle. A more detailed documentation on this feature can be found on IT Center Help: https://help.itc.rwth-aachen.de/service/ubrf9cmzd17m/article/c64a3b17dfaf457ca0911d57e3a92b2f/
If you want to keep the project for other reasons, you can simply perform a new activity on your project within the next 25 weeks. This will automatically mark your project as active. Possible activities such as commits, issues, comments, milestones, wikis or membership changes can be found in the project overview in GitLab in the activity section.
In case you are unable to make a change to your project in GitLab, you can alternatively request a 12-month extension of your project via e-mail to email@example.com. In order for your extension request to be processed correctly, please include the project’s ID and name as well as the corresponding GitLab instance (git.rwth-aachen.de / git-ce.rwth-aachen.de) in your request. You can find the project ID at the beginning of this email and in the project overview in GitLab under the project name.
If we cannot detect any changes to your project or archiving of the project and no request for extension is received, the project will be automatically deleted on May 04, 2022. After the project is deleted, a project export is available to all project owners for 4 weeks via a randomly generated download link.
You will receive two more reminders before the project is deleted.
Feel free to contact us again for further support.
Kind regards, Your IT Center