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From Carlos Rovira <carlos.rov...@codeoscopic.com>
Subject Re: Rushing into Git
Date Thu, 22 Nov 2012 09:00:00 GMT
Hi Erik,

let's see how infra respond to the ticket generated

https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-5549 (Please all vote to make
it happen)

Sincerily, this migration should be supported by Apache since is what
people in this project wants and infra is about to ease things to make code
flow.

My main task here right now is make it happen, and I will spend lots of
cycles chasing this ticket with infra. I will make as much as I can since I
see this a smart movement for this project since it will imply make it more
social and modern. For me SCM is critical in this project and SVN is a tool
of the past that only hampers the project.

I'd want to be in a more positive mind about Infra's thinking and that they
are the support part in this foundation. They can have certain problems and
lack of resources to make this happen since other thinking will be really
very bad to what Apache represents.

For me the fact is that there's lots of projects in Git right now as you
could see in [1] and others projects was successful making the same steps
we are doing.

[1] https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf

My advice is that we don't loose time discussing it and let's see how
things evolve with that infra ticket, and see if they stablish
communitcation to give us feedback of the next steps. We should have into
account that we have a move out of incubation and that should be a great
point in time to make the switch.

Thanks




2012/11/22 Erik de Bruin <erik@ixsoftware.nl>

> Omar,
>
> >> From the threads here and on the private list I get the feeling that
> >> at least one of our mentors has reservations about the legal standing
> >> of Git repos in relation to Apache.org.
> >
> >
> > Those concerns have been expressed before, during, and after the vote. It
> > obviously did not deter either the community or the PPMC.
> >
>
> Actually, looking closer at the results, the vote was split 8 - 8
> between moving to Git and keep using SVN (for now). Only, the way the
> vote was called fragmented the 'against Git' votes. Also of note is
> that ALL THREE of the mentors thought it wisest to stay with SVN (for
> now). But I don't want to redo the vote, I just don't want the project
> to rush into this without thinking about the "in real life"
> consequences.
>
> > Infra to support Apache projects. I would not be so concerned.
>
> Well, I am concerned, and I have been since the time of the vote. But
> now I am PPMC and have a responsibility to point out things that might
> harm the project. Moving a project as complex as this to another SCM
> is not a trivial thing and what I'm reading is that a few very vocal
> people want this, but none of them is willing to volunteer with INFRA
> to support this. That worries me and I have yet to be convinced that
> this project can handle a move this big, at this time.
>
> EdB
>
>
>
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