Inclusion of simon in kde-accessibility

Alvaro Soliverez asoliverez at
Tue Jul 20 20:44:19 BST 2010

On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 4:39 PM, Albert Astals Cid <aacid at> wrote:
> A Dilluns, 19 de juliol de 2010, Peter Grasch va escriure:
>> On Monday 19 July 2010 22:21:26 Tom Albers wrote:
>> > If you want to stay in git for now, there is unfortunately not much we
>> > can do right now.
>> > I suggest that you re-apply for this when the move to git has been
>> > completed, which can take another year or so.
>> > I'm sure at that time we have review process in place for git too.
>> Hm. What about extragear/accessibility?
>> I just checked and it looks like that doesn't yet exist.
>> Seeing as there seem to be some extragear applications already on KDEs
>> experimental git repository, would that be an option? We have been doing
>> our own releases for years so that wouldn't be that much of a problem...
>> Mirroring it on KDEs SVN for the review shouldn't be an issue as long as
>> this is just a transition step anyways. Should I just checkin a copy into
>> kdereview?
> Personally i'm not a fan of having non primary dumps of code in the repo since
> i know several people that do roaming fixes in the KDE repo and if they do
> that fix in code that is just a dump the fix is lost.
> AFAIR we had a rule that said that KDE repo should be the primary development
> plaftorm for KDE software but i've been unable to find if in techbase.
> I'd like others to comment on this.
> Albert

I think this is what you are referring to:

"It is not meant as a backup area, so you should not develop your
application somewhere else and only sync the changes now and then to
KDE's repository. "

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