Gentoo Archives: gentoo-science

From: My Th <rei4dan@×××××.com>
To: gentoo-science@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-science] Github repo is Live & Kicking
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2012 21:02:53
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-science] Github repo is Live & Kicking by Christoph Junghans
2012/4/4 Christoph Junghans <ottxor@g.o>:
> 2012/4/4 Steven Lembark <lembark@×××××××.com>: >> On Thu, 15 Mar 2012 11:15:41 +0100 >> Kacper Kowalik <xarthisius@g.o> wrote: >> >>> On 03/15/2012 11:03 AM, Oliver Borm wrote: >>> > Hi, >>> > >>> > what are with users that only have write access to the original overlay? >>> > Do they need a github account in order to further contribute to the sci >>> > overlay? >>> It's not mandatory so they don't need to, though I've strongly encourage >>> to do so. >>> > What will happen if they push their changes just to g.o.g ? >>> When a person with access to both repos does git pull --all, it pull >>> changes from both, and during push --all it will be naturally migrated >>> to github. Of course it also works the other way around. As far as my >>> short experience with that workflow goes it's almost indistinguishable >>> to what we had so far. Only pull/push time is slightly longer >> >> It might be worth adding a "stable" branch to the >> repository. Goal there is that changes to into the >> trunk and ones found to work or that pass more tests >> can get selectively merged into the stable branch. >> >> Makes it easeir to catch minor bugs after a commit. > IMO, stable stuff should go in the default portage tree (gx86). I am > against having too many layers of "stable". > > Christoph
I second that. For stable is the main tree. Reinis