[pkg-fso-maint] openmoko-panel-plugin v0.5

Joachim Breitner nomeata at debian.org
Fri Nov 7 21:37:15 UTC 2008


again you replied to the wrong adress :-) With evolution, use Ctrl-L
when replying to list mails.

Am Freitag, den 07.11.2008, 10:54 +0100 schrieb Sebastian Ohl:
> On Wed, 2008-11-05 at 22:46 +0100, Joachim Breitner wrote:
> > My proposal would be that you, for your upstream development, switch to
> > git. Your git repository could be hosted on projects.openmoko.org, or
> > github, or a new alioth project where you are admin, or anywhere else.
> > This leaves you in full control of your project.
> i alway like using things as they supposed to use. so let keep them as they are.
> > All this is independent of whether you want to join us in the sense of
> > doing package uploads etc. – it’d just be another hat of yours. For
> > that, you need an alioth account that we can add to the pkg-fso project.
> > This would give you the chance to do uploads to the pkg-fso repository
> > yourself. But I’m not sure if that helps a lot: In the short-term, the
> > package will be in the official Debian repository, so one of us DD would
> > have to do the upload anyways, and if upstream development happens in a
> > suitable way, that will simply be a matter of 
> i send you a request to join the pkg-fso project. the upload to the
> normal repository is still a problem. but one step after another :-) 

I have added you as a developer, so you should be able to use the git
repositories and upload packages, as described on 

> > And while I’m at it, here are my ideas for a nice git scheme:

> that sound good. i think you refer to the git repo on alioth right? i
> don't know weather git on prj.om.org is possible.

I think you can put a git repository there, using it over ssh and
allowing people to pull from it via http, somehow.

Or, you have your main git repository there reachable via ssh for you
and your fellow developers, but don’t worry about publishing it by
keeping the one on alioth up to date and tell people to browse/clone
from there.

Or, you just stick to svn :-)

Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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