I deleted the tag on Curse for PhanxBuffs, and re-pushed the repo with tags again, and it actually packaged it... though Git also reported the previous tag was new too, despite it definitely already existing on Curse since it was packaged when it was created in December... who knows!
Based on the packager log it seemed to be stuck trying to package an old tag (where I was attempting to get it to pull libraries from GitHub over SVN), so I deleted that tag and pushed to the Curse repo, but it seems completely oblivious and hasn't even tried to run again.
Now that I've finally gotten TortoiseGit to work correctly when TortoiseSVN is also installed, I'm switching most of my SVN repos to Git, because (a) GitHub is just really nice, and (b) manually uploading files to WoWI takes way fewer clicks and page loads than manually uploading files to Curse so my release process will now require slightly less effort.
However, one of my addons is not getting packaged. Several other of my addons that have never had repos on GitHub have gotten packaged just fine, so I'm pretty sure this one is not working because I used to (several years ago) have an SVN repo for it on CurseForge. I have double- and triple-checked that the repo is set to package on beta and release, and have pushed the repo, including a tag that GitHub correctly noticed and packaged, to Curse twice. There's no new ZIP, and the packager status page just says "no data available".
the lib uses a hg repo and i use svn so it doesnt get updated automatically for me as i dont have a hg client. i've re-arranged my mod structure to remind myself its an external and not internal lib. i also made libdatabroker an external as well while i was there, it uses a git repo (and i dont have a git client either).
I mirror several libraries in an SVN repo, both because it's easier to use svn:externals to keep the libs in my development addons up to date without doing it by hand, and because the WoWInterface packager doesn't support pulling externals from repositories of different types, and all my addons use SVN. You're welcome to use it:
Yeah, I'd have say a major patch release is a pretty awful time to do a server migration.
Practically speaking, though, you can always have your project pages transferred from the wowace.com domain to the curseforge.com domain so you can manually upload ZIP files; it will have absolutely no other effect on your project.
Not quite... it appears to have overlooked Grid's r1483 completely, packaged r1482 out of order, and forgot to make a regular (libs included) package for the latest version (r1485, tagged as 126.96.36.1995-beta). The first two issues don't really matter, but the lack of a non-nolib package for the latest version is a bit of a problem. :(