Re: Current status of the GNOME Github mirror: ostree module

On Wed, Dec 2, 2015, 9:45 AM Colin Walters <walters verbum org> wrote:

On Thu, May 14, 2015, at 05:43 PM, Colin Walters wrote:
> On Tue, May 5, 2015, at 02:01 PM, Matthew Barnes wrote:
> >
> > Obviously this is up to Colin, but I would not object to just moving
> > OSTree under the Project Atomic umbrella on GitHub.  As in officially,
> > not just mirrored there.  That's the context in which most of its
> > development is taking place now.
> Yeah.  I'd like to keep an open mind on this because, well obviously
> OSTree is going to remain a GLib consumer and I'd like to keep
> desktop use cases in mind, as well as any other consumers out
> there.
> > I know it also serves gnome-continuous and the GNOME SDK,
> Which ironically is also at
> > but having it
> > still hosted on feels out of place to me.  Especially if PRs
> > are seen by some as controversial.
> I think my ideal outcome would still be that it'd be allowed for
> some modules to have a PR based workflow.
> I don't have a solid conclusion now to be honest...we can give this
> a bit more time for anyone else to weigh in.

... 7 months later, this is still an issue:

I propose moving to github/projectatomic if no one objects.  But keep
this mailing list open?
ostree-list mailing list
ostree-list gnome org

I wonder if we should be looking to change gnome altogether if the bugzilla workflow is not very good.  It just seems like maybe this process has reached its end of life.

Sorry for the non-sequitor..  I have no objection, Colin.  I prefer it in GNOME, but go with what is easier and works for you.


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