Re: [gnome-desktop-testing] Using Launchpad as the main repository


I believe that I already sent a couple of comments to Tac regarding the gedit
changes. Please let me know if I'm wrong and I'll take a look at the changes again.

Best regards,

Tim Miao wrote:
> 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? :)
> Thanks,
> -Tim
> 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 [1].
>>> 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 [2] to be synchronized. 
>>> What do you guys think? 
>>> Thanks,
>>> Ara.
>>> [1]
>>> [2]
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