Splitting out core and bindings final stages
daniel at freedesktop.org
Mon May 8 09:49:41 PDT 2006
On Mon, May 08, 2006 at 11:37:39AM -0400, John (J5) Palmieri wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-05-08 at 02:17 +0300, Rob Taylor wrote:
> > > Already the d-bus developers are stretched thin in terms of time
> > > allotted to developing for it. My goal and in fact my job as the
> > > defacto maintainer is to move us forward to a stable 1.0. If we are
> > > going to block on this I'm serious about being just as well with
> > > sticking with CVS.
> > How bad a block is a few days of evaluating our options? Once we switch
> > we'll be stuck with our choice, so I would certainly hope we choose one
> > that's most developer-time efficient going forward. We certainly don't
> > want to add more work to our stretched roles already ;)
> Well we are not stuck as per my post. It is easy to move. I more
> concerned with having Robot101 spending his time as an admin. Where
> possible steal resources from other projects :-)
AIUI, bzr is quite low-maintenance and works with both http and rsync,
so setting that up isn't much of an issue.
> > I would suggest that we get both bzr and git repos set up and try them
> > both out before jumping ship in any direction.
> I just think the cairo community went through this painful process
> already and it really doesn't need to be repeated for every project. In
> any case if this is what you guys want to do then lets do it sooner than
> later. I already have a split tree (since Friday). I'll ask Robot101
> to create the directories on fd.o so we can have at.
Let me know which directories you want made where, and I can make it
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