At the moment, this is not easily possible without setting up some kind of merge with Github or redirection, as a couple of tools pull data from the repository and have it hardcoded.
I want to have the repository and everything else moved rather soon though, and at the same time split the "PureOS" group at Gogs into pureos-packages and pureos proper, so all the infrastructure pieces can live there as well and we have a separate place for packages (for easier permission control, clear scope and less potential for name conflicts).
If we are moving to Gitlab or $something_else though, I will wait for that to happen first (because if we need to adjust our Git repo URLs, it's better to only do it once) - that's why I didn't pursue these plans so far.
@todd Why did you reassign the task?
It is still valid, even if Chris can now commit to the repo (which I though he could...), but moving it will need quite a lot more changes to not break things - that's the reason why all infrastructure components are still on Github, especially since Gogs was very unreliable initially and we couldn't risk these repositories to go down.
I reassigned probably out of confusion of the task, I thought it was blocking on assignment of a user to proceed under lamby's tasks, but maybe this is under your tasks. So it can be assigned wherever appropriate.
Ok, in that case I claim this task again - this is really not blocking anything at all, in a way it's more a cosmetic/consistency change. I had it on my todo list anyway, so having this bug makes sense.
Yeah, for us it is a change needed for consistency and ease of development, but for our users it doesn't matter at all and thereby is more of a cosmetic change (I should have been clearer on what I meant ^^).