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From "scott comer (sccomer)" <>
Subject Re: GIT mirror anyone?
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2009 21:34:26 GMT
yes, i'm working with manoj and wei to get some etch services granted 
and then continue
development. but they are not committers yet and we could use this to 
work on them.

i could use it for my own work, too.

scott out

James Dixson wrote:
> I personally have been moving all of my day-to-day development from
> subversion to git (http://git-scm/com).  I find it much easier to
> manage multiple branches of development and experiment and try other
> folks patches.
> I have noticed recently that the infrastructure team has been
> experimenting with GIT mirrors of apache subversion projects.
> The purpose of the git mirror would be two fold:
>  1. To have a pre-cloned GIT repository for Etch
>  2. To allow other public GIT repos to reference the mirrored repository
> #2 would be particularly helpful for folks out there experimenting
> with Etch bindings/transports or potential new Etch core services
> (like Etch Router) to do publicize their work more readily, (IMHO of
> course :-) )
> Is there anyone else besides myself that would be interested in a
> public git mirror of the etch repository? Are there any objections to
> requesting a GIT mirror from the infrastructure team?
> NOTE: subversion is still the final source of truth, if it is not
> accepted/checked-in to the subversion tree is not yet part of the
> official etch codebase.
> thoughts?
> --
> james

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