Changes to our Git infrastructure

Milian Wolff mail at
Sat Dec 27 17:55:10 GMT 2014

On Saturday 27 December 2014 12:56:27 Jan Kundrát wrote:
> On Tuesday, 23 December 2014 13:21:37 CEST, Milian Wolff wrote:
> > Furthermore, I'd like to use the same review mechanism for
> > post-review. When a
> > patch is triggering problems, I'd like to start a discussion in
> > the context of
> > the commit that was merged. Again, I want to annotate source
> > lines. So rather
> > than sending mails to kde-commits which are then lost, I want to have that
> > tracked on a website for others to see.
> Hi, do you also like this action to take some effect on the patch, such as
> a revert? I'm a bit worried that there won't be much difference between
> comments lost on kde-commits ML and comments lost on $website. That said, I
> like the benefit of being sure that the comment at least reaches the people
> who authored and reviewed the troublesome change.

No, I don't want to revert from the website. I just want to get have the 
disccusions out in the public, and have that indexed by search engines and the 
like. The kde-commits ML is not good for that purpose, imo.

Milian Wolff
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