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From Werner Punz <werner.p...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: JSF2.0 Ajax Code
Date Thu, 09 Apr 2009 12:06:12 GMT
ok jira is the way to go then even for the initial combined code commit 
tomorrow...

Cheers

Werner


Bruno Aranda schrieb:
> Though it is really cool you are doing all this job, I believe that the 
> way to go is to do it through JIRA. For instance, I have close to no 
> spare time for JSF these days but I really enjoying following the 
> development of the JSF 2.0 implementation through JIRA. I think that 
> offline discussions make the subject more difficult to understand for 
> the rest and even if the task is done effectively keeping others from 
> the loop may harm the project when those who implemented the thing 
> offline cannot help anymore to its maintenance. People comes and goes, 
> so having in JIRA makes it very convenient.
> 
> If it is not possible, I would at least create the JIRA issue containing 
> the big changes and explaining what it does. At least it will be in the 
> release notes...
> 
> Thanks for the work!
> 
> Bruno
> 
> 2009/4/9 Werner Punz <werner.punz@gmail.com <mailto:werner.punz@gmail.com>>
> 
>     Ok I need one exception to this rule.
>     I have done a load of work with our combined codebases offline
>     and also I am doing a full package reorg as we speak.
>     This would mean
> 
>     a) Either push the entire codebase into the jira (a diff is
>     pointless there is almost no file at the same place)
> 
>     or
> 
>     b) Doing one commit outside of the jira with references that this is
>     a shared codebase
> 
>     Cheers
> 
>     Werner
> 
> 
> 
>     Matthias Wessendorf schrieb:
> 
>         c)
>         that is *the* way to go.
>         The contributors can upload a patch (visible to everybody that is
>         interested) and a committer is free to take it and move it over
>         to the source code. Also this way allows a much better feedback
>         process...
> 
>         a) and b) imply too much offline work...
>         exchanging patches behind hidden doors is not the way that a
>         good and
>         intact community wants to go.
> 
>         -Matthias
> 
>         On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 1:40 PM, Werner Punz
>         <werner.punz@gmail.com <mailto:werner.punz@gmail.com>> wrote:
> 
>             Hello
> 
>             I just got the last ICLA confirmation missing, now following.
>             We are still at work, ganesh and alex are working on their
>             codebase,
>             since they do not have committer rights we have to do some
>             workflow
>             adjustment.
> 
>             I would propose following:
> 
> 
>             a) I am working today and tomorrow still on the combined
>             codebase cleanup,
>             and will commit tomorrow my codebase into the ASF repo!
> 
>             b) Alex and Ganesh can work on theirs, Either I fetch the
>             changes myself
>             and commit them with acknowlegdgement
> 
>             or
> 
>             c) We go the jira route, which personally is for me the way
>             which causes
>             more work because I constantly have to apply patches instead!
> 
>             I personally would vote for b) what is the consensous on this?
> 
> 
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