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From Ali Lown <>
Subject Re: Adding experiments into the repository
Date Fri, 14 Jun 2013 19:54:30 GMT
+1 from me.

This seems perfectly reasonable. (Assumedly each experiment gets its own
directory in there.)

Having code reviews during 'expermentation' would defeat its purpose...

The only thing to note, is that it won't appear in the wave github mirror
(though this may be a feature...)

On 14 Jun 2013 20:49, "Joseph Gentle" <> wrote:

> Following from Michael MacFadden's suggestion to put related
> (hopefully integrated) technologies into the same wave repository, I
> propose adding an experiments directory into SVN. (Do we vote on this
> or something, or should I just do it?)
> Experimental code should be exempt from code review, although there
> should be an expectation that unused experimental code may be cleaned
> up if it isn't actively worked on for more than 3 months or so. I want
> a place where we can collaboratively iterate on fresh ideas & design.
> We want to produce things that are eventually useful to the wave
> project.
> I think we should place experiments outside of the trunk directory, here:
> Thoughts?
> -J

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