[kde-edu]: moving to git

Anne-Marie Mahfouf annmam at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 21:21:11 CEST 2010

Hi all,

Thanks Aaron for the explanations.
We have Marcus (nickname cryos) who will be able to help with the rules (he moved to git in his job and has the proper knowledge) as well as some Marble guys who already wrote theirs. 

I am still on vacation without proper internet and with little time but I should be back home and back to KDE next week. I can then see what needs to be done and ping those people in order to get those rules started. 


Le 24 août 2010 à 20:41, "Aaron J. Seigo" <aseigo at kde.org> a écrit :

> On Tuesday, August 24, 2010, Aleix Pol wrote:
>> Er... yes sure, but we as KDE Edu developers need to start that move, even
>> if we're going to move along with the rest.
> indeed; we need all the people helping out we can, and it's best if whomever 
> writes the migration rules for svn2git has some knowledge of the repository 
> being moved (e.g. kdeedu would be best done by people involved in kdeedu :) 
> since that is where the greatest amount of knowledge around what branches are 
> useful to bring over, etc. exists
>> As you can see in the wiki above, it's not too early anymore.
> what i would suggest is to wait for the results of the decision on what the 
> policy should be for modules included in the SC releases. it would be best if 
> all the modules followed the same pattern for consistency and continuity.
> right now, sys admin is drafting a paper outlining the implications of our new 
> git infrastructure (git + gitolite + redmine + ...) when it comes to 
> repository structure. they have said this will be ready in the next 2 weeks.
> that document will then be taken by the people on the scm-interest list and a 
> decision will be made as to what path to take. we're still waiting on a 
> timeline from that mailing list for that. (but i'll be pushing on them to do 
> so if they don't provide us with a timeline soon.)
> once that is done, we'll know exactly what direction to go with the modules. 
> in the meantime, the most useful things that can be done by communities like 
> KDE Edu is to figure out who can / will help with writing the rules and for 
> those people to become familiar with the svn2git tool.
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