Re: Hosting Paperwork on

+1! Sounds like a good first step too me! 

On 02-May-2017 18:25, <jflesch gmail com> wrote:
Hosting Paperwork on looks like a good first step.

If that's ok with everybody here, I'm going to start the discussion on Paperwork's side. I will ask whether all
Paperwork's contributors would agree to switch to (I doubt there will be any objection).

2 mai 2017 14:12 "Sébastien Wilmet" <swilmet gnome org> a écrit:

> On Mon, May 01, 2017 at 02:51:42PM +0200, Jerome Flesch wrote:
>> Assuming this is actually a good fit for Gnome, I'm not sure where to
>> start either. Any indications would be welcome.
> Paperwork is at least a good fit for hosting it on Some
> projects are hosted on without being part of GNOME core. I
> think this would be a good first step.
> It's a bit old, but it's still mostly relevant, and this might convince
> you:
> Once a project is hosted on, if you ask the sysadmins it's
> possible to still use GitHub pull requests to handle contributions
> (instead of having patches on bugzilla, IMHO the only ugly thing about
> hosting a project on
> Once Paperwork is hosted on, the release team could discuss
> whether to add it e.g. in the "Extra apps" category, or even in the
> "Core apps" if everyone agree that it would be nice that distros install
> it by default. See this recent blog post for the different categories
> and examples of apps in each category:
> But even if Papework is just hosted on without being
> officially part of GNOME, this would bring your project more visibility
> I think. And a nice side-effect is that it'll be easier for you to
> contribute to other GNOME modules if you want, because you'll already
> have all the necessary accounts, permissions etc.
> To host a new project on, all the information should be there:
> -----
> From a technical point of view, I don't know if it's already the case,
> but it would be nice to have a library with the features that Paperwork
> provides, so if one day Simple Scan or Documents want to use some
> features of Papework, it would be easily possible thanks to the library.
> Cheers,
> Sébastien
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