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From Erik Abele <>
Subject Re: Lab for distributed SCM?
Date Fri, 22 Feb 2008 22:20:18 GMT
On 22.02.2008, at 23:09, Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

> Erik Abele wrote:
>> On 22.02.2008, at 21:58, Santiago Gala wrote:
>>> El vie, 22-02-2008 a las 16:50 +0100, Leo Simons escribió:
>>>> On Feb 20, 2008, at 1:13 PM, Jukka Zitting wrote:
>>>>> With all the heated discussion in various places about distributed
>>>>> versus centralized SCM, I was thinking that we should perhaps  
>>>>> start
>>>>> collecting some experience on what SCM patterns work and what  
>>>>> don't
>>>>> for Apache-style collaborative development. Also, people seem  
>>>>> to be
>>>>> using git-svn, svk, and other similar tools with our Subversion
>>>>> repository, and it would be good to gather and share such  
>>>>> experience.
>>>>> I think Apache Labs would be a perfect place for such work. Are  
>>>>> there
>>>>> people who'd be interested in collaborating on such a lab? The lab
>>>>> wouldn't really be producing much software, just documentation,  
>>>>> helper
>>>>> scripts, and other such stuff.
>>>> +1
>>> docs, helper scripts and bug reports "upstream" (say to git, hg,  
>>> bazaar
>>> or darcs) seem a good enough result for me.
>> Ok, it seems you've got enough +1s to start with that (I'm too  
>> lazy to find out if Pauls -1 is blocking) and get some stuff  
>> together - I'm really interested what is coming out of it... ;-)
> Even if I personally disagree with Paul's vote, I don't feel  
> comfortable   (as the PMC chair) to let a lab be established with  
> an unresolved -1 vote, so please, let's avoid rushing this thru.

Sorry, if I was unclear - I didn't mean to rush anything (therefore I  
said "I'm too lazy to find out" meaning that someone else should);  
and as it seems, after just having a look at the site, Pauls -1 is in  
fact blocking.


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