[kde-community] Have repo maintainers opt-in for github mirroring (was: Re: Official KDE mirror on github)
ivan.cukic at kde.org
Sat Sep 19 13:48:25 UTC 2015
> I've made a wiki page, which says how to turn a pull request into
> a reviewboard submission.
The next time I see you, you are getting a hug and a pint of apple fritter.
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On 19 September 2015 at 14:04, David Edmundson
<david at davidedmundson.co.uk> wrote:
>> > I was under the impression they were disabled by the options we had
>> > selected. Unfortunately that is not the case.
>> Thanks for clarifying on this.
>> I hope they can still be disabled.
> They can't. I had spent some time looking before. Sorry.
> However, we have solid hard data that it's a non-issue.
> Gnome has been mirrored on github for nearly 2 years, in that time GTK has
> had a grand total of 4 pull requests over time.
> Most others (gedit, cheese, epiphany) have had 0.
> Interestingly they have had literally hundreds of github "forks", which
> implies it has led to sustantiable numbers of patches back using the
> traditional methods
> I've made a wiki page, which says how to turn a pull request into a
> reviewboard submission.
> If we get any questions we can then just copy and paste that, and don't need
> to spend any time explaining. Bam, done.
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