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From Carlos Rovira <carlos.rov...@codeoscopic.com>
Subject Re: Make Git happen
Date Wed, 21 Nov 2012 22:22:09 GMT
Hi,

although I, as all, would like the complete solution GIT-GITHUB, I'm with
you that better to win the first battle : switch from SVN to read/write
GIT. That's the basic idea and reduction of the task.

@Omar, about Python, I'll try to search the way to workaround that since I,
as you are not a Python guy. Moreover, my way of thinking is that we are
here to code and make Flex evolve, and IMO if Apache has a Infra team we
should ask for help (and help them to get the switch done), but a
requeriment of "a pyhton guy to get the task done" should not be binding to
make this movement happen. We all have to take into account that we, in the
end does not have grants or privileges on the apache hardware. We are only
users, and as committers we can help to test and get the task done, but I
don't think we could get far beyond without a real commitment by someone
behind the infra's side.

I think this is more a task to learn a lot how infra works, how they
expect, how are the real possibilities here (although that point I think we
already know a lot yet), and ask for help to make the switch, having
patience, and make a close monitoring to help this happen.

So, wish me luck! :)




2012/11/21 Omar Gonzalez <omarg.developer@gmail.com>

> On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 1:03 PM, Justin Mclean <justin@classsoftware.com
> >wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > Would Is it easier to make progress if we remove github from the equation
> > for now and revisit? (And just keep the githib mirror as we do now) The
> > vote if I recall was to use git not github.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Justin
>
>
> The mirrors to GitHub were really just an interim solution while we got a
> read/write Apache hosted Git repository.
>
> I would be perfectly happy with killing the GitHub mirrors if it meant we
> got a read/write Apache hosted Git repository.
>
> It would facilitate managing the Git patches as it would remove the step of
> having to deal with Pull Requests submitted via GitHub.
>
> I think its more important to have the read/write Git than it is to also
> have a GitHub mirror and support Pull Requests from GitHub. Even thought
> Pull Requests and Forking on GitHub would greatly improve workflows,
> specifically handling code reviews for code patches. We can do that in
> JIRA, but it wouldn't be as efficient as GitHub due to the lack of being
> able to comment on specific lines of code right in the repository browser
> viewer. Not to mention the ease with which you can integrate Pull Requests
> via the GitHub GUI.
>
> -omar
>



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