Right now it's just me, but I can hand it off to chops if it gains any tractionOn Monday, June 14, 2021 at 10:55:55 AM UTC-4 Mike Frysinger wrote:who is maintaining the crgo.dev service ? just you, or is chops handling it ?-mikeOn Mon, Jun 14, 2021 at 10:50 AM Nicolas Ouellet-Payeur <nico...@chromium.org> wrote:Hello chromium-dev,I made this thing over the weekend. It's a URL shortener meant for Chromium developers. It's available at https://crgo.dev/It's inspired by crbug.com, crrev.com, and go-links. It generalizes crrev.com to more sites we use daily.(BTW, getting a 4-letter domain name is hard these days)Let's say you want to a particular file in the codebase, via CodeSearch. The URL is pretty long: https://source.chromium.org/chromium/chromium/src/+/main:chrome/browser/browser_process_impl.ccThe shortened version takes up less space, so it flows better in your emails/codereviews: https://crgo.dev/c/b/browser_process_impl.ccOr say some tests failed on linux-ozone-rel, and you want to link to it. You can use: https://crgo.dev/try/linux-ozone-rel/865847You get the idea. On https://crgo.dev/, you'll find the list of supported URLs and a config for the Linkable extension (so you can easily create a link for the page you're currently on).(Sadly, the Linkable extension is only available for Googlers... And I couldn't find another extension that would let us do the same thing :-/)Anyways, that's it for today, and thanks for taking a look--
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