Git Scratch-Pads for every account (not only developers)

Milian Wolff mail at
Mon Jan 3 10:48:59 GMT 2011

Andrea Diamantini, 02.01.2011:
> On Sunday 02 January 2011 01:25:19 Eike Hein wrote:
> > > So this is essentially a "CLOSED/WONTFIX" from your side then - too
> > > bad. Any other takers? Esp. considering how others (rekonq) already
> > > voiced themself in support of my request.
> > 
> > Assuming there's widespread support for the idea as such and
> > concerns about it can be eliminated, it's more a LATER than
> > a WONTFIX really. It's just that we don't think it'd be wise
> > to take this on right now with so many other known and more
> > pressing todos. There's also a let's-finish-what-we-started
> > aspect to it. You're programmer and understand the cost of
> > context switches - applies to people too.
> Uhm... I was not really sustaining the "free scratchpad/playgroung" idea.
> I was noting something that is considered obvious from rekonq developers:
> applied to git, "gitorious system" (let me call this way) is better than
> reviewboard one. And we are suffering for this.
> We need a way, hopefully based on a web review system, to know the location
> of the remote git branch where the code is.
> If someone wants to contribute, I don't mind if he has a git clone on
> / gitorious / github / gitsomething, I'd like to have an
> automatic and shared system to grab this remote branch.

Right, this would also be required and probably even be more important than 
offering people to work on infrastructure from the beginning.

I still hope that one day it is possible to use for all KDE work 
from the beginning though.


Milian Wolff
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