I have a small open-source library hosted on GitHub that (used to be) analyzed by SonarCloud:
There have been no commits for about 1.5 years because the library is finished and there is nothing else to work on. Recently I noticed (completely by chance) that the SonarCloud badge has turned red indicating that the project cannot be found:
When I navigate over to the SonarCloud panel, I see that the project is, indeed, missing, even if I log in.
Why did the project disappear, and how do I restore it?
March 2, 2023, 10:15am
We introduced a housekeeping policy at the end of last year for public projects on accounts with no private projects.
Dear SonarCloud users,
Please note that we’re putting a new housekeeping policy into place for public projects.
This policy affects all public projects that have not run an analysis for over a year, belonging to an organization on a free plan. These public projects will be removed from SonarCloud. Organization and project members will be notified in the web app before the removal of a public project. For more information about this policy, please refer to our housekeeping documentation page.
You should be able to create the project new from within SonarCloud (and can even keep the same project key).
March 9, 2023, 10:15am
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