Re: GnomeWeb-Plone update

I'm going to ask around and see if there is anything else.. I've been busy and it's obvious one person working on this isn't going to work. I sent an email to Murray but this week i'm going to the Plone Conference and will try to recruit more parties for this effort.


On Sep 30, 2008, at 8:33 AM, Ramon Navarro Bosch wrote:

Hi guys !

I've been trying to see what to do and trying to upload all the code you have been doing to At I can only see the 3 tempate lines adding a css to, where I can get the other code?


El 21/09/2008, a las 17:26, Christopher Warner escribió:

On Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 10:37 AM, Murray Cumming <murrayc murrayc com> wrote:
On Mon, 2008-09-15 at 12:19 -0400, Christopher Warner wrote:
> You can do svn co svn:// whateverdir
> The only people with write access are Jaime Soler, Johnathan Wilde and
> myself, if anyone else wants to contribute patches let me know ahead
> of time and I'll give you commit access. After we are done we'll all
> do code review and then pass off to Murray. I know we all have been
> working on different pieces but I'd like everyone to start committing
> small patches so things don't go to far and we end up with a merge
> nightmare.

This doesn't seem to be the best or easiest way to create patches for
individual fixes.

If you have a fix, I'd like it if you just submitted a patch instead of
first committing it and lots of other fixes to a fork of the code. Maybe
it will all be clearly ChangeLogged in the end, but this doesn't seem a
likely way to achieve that.

Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com
This has to do more with working with the codebase.. The code still has to be reviewed and a patch created before it's sent as a fix to the tree.. It's just working without a version control system is inherently difficult to see what's going on. This has nothing to do with forking code or anything like that and everything to do with making sure quality fixes and code are committed in the first place. Eventually it can die off but right now we need to test each others stuff and communicate. Due to the very fact that everyone is short on time and we probably aren't going to start [PATCH] roundabouts i'd rather have anyone that wants to change something, commit or contribute do so. We can then click a link, review, co.. test, changelog and send off to you with little issue. When things smooth out and we all trust each other and form some sort of routine we can drop it. That said, I respect your opinion here, I just disagree with it.

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