Re: Creating new modules (was Re: Git vs SVN (was: Can we improve things?))

Il giorno lun, 10/09/2007 alle 17.40 -0400, Claudio Saavedra ha scritto:
> On Mon, 2007-09-10 at 17:01 -0400, Havoc Pennington wrote:
> > 
> > Then the daily summary could be in the planet gnome feed, perhaps.
> > 
> > I don't know, I'm sure there are better solutions, and it's academic
> > unless someone turns up who decides to try and code something. Just
> > throwing out ideas. 

I totally second the feeling that we are currently missing something
that allows to keep an eye on all the GNOME commits.
When we were on CVS I used to use bonsai go get a webpage with all
commits in the last 24 hours and skim through it to see if anything
interesting happened.

> already provides some access to this information in a standard
> way.
> For instance, 
> for all the commits going in

I am using this, but it's far from what I liked in the old setup: first
of all in bonsai I was just one click away from the actual patch, so
that I could see the real change in case something looked interesting.
Now I have to manually use viewcvs, which makes it way less frequent:
for instance it happened more than once that I spotted a bug or a typo
by reviewing committed diff in bonsai, this has not happened anymore
since I just go through the pain of looking at a diff in viewcvs only in
rare cases.

Beside CIA feeds are not 100% reliable and they seem to drop commits
sometimes so I cannot use the feeds to see if something was committed to
my modules.


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