Re: [gnome-desktop-testing] Using Launchpad as the main repository
- From: Tim Miao <Tim Miao Sun COM>
- To: Eitan Isaacson <eitan ascender com>
- Cc: junyuna tan Sun COM, desktop-testing-list <desktop-testing-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [gnome-desktop-testing] Using Launchpad as the main repository
- Date: Thu, 07 May 2009 10:33:07 +0800
I agree. Any changes of code should be updated to GNOME upstream instead
of LP only. Since we have been a GNOME project, to keep all the things
there helps everyone for using.
Sun also contributes on GNOME testing project, Tac Tan submitted his
code for this project for review, but it seems the code is not accepted?
Who would like to be a reviewer for that? :)
On Wed, 2009-05-06 at 17:46 +0300, Eitan Isaacson wrote:
> Yeah, it has been fairly complicated...
> I think we should keep the upstream/distro-neutral codebase. It would
> just require a bit of discipline, if we keep just this one rule, maybe
> it will be manageable:
> - Merges go just one direction, from the GNOME tree to the LP tree.
> And from that the following is derived:
> - Anything that is not Ubuntu-specific should go directly to the GNOME
> git tree.
> - Non-GNOME module tests should go to the LP bzr tree.
> I am not volunteering for any special roles here, so those are just my
> 2c :)
> On Wed, 2009-05-06 at 16:11 +0200, Ara Pulido wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > Since we started the project in GNOME SVN very little (or none)
> > contribution is being made directly to Subversion. Everybody keeps using
> > the Launchpad ubuntu-desktop-testing project .
> > I think this is because most of the people that started to collaborate
> > in this project started through Ubuntu and the project was more advanced
> > there. Also, not having to provide patches, makes it much easier for new
> > comers to start collaborating with the project.
> > So, my proposal is:
> > Should we change the Ubuntu Desktop Testing project in Launchpad to be
> > called just Desktop Testing and point in the GNOME documentation to this
> > Launchpad project.
> > If, later on, some one want to set up a GIT module to maintain, that's
> > fine, you could use something like git-bzr  to be synchronized.
> > What do you guys think?
> > Thanks,
> > Ara.
> >  https://code.launchpad.net/ubuntu-desktop-testing
> >  http://github.com/pieter/git-bzr/tree/master
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