[Kde-scm-interest] Git for new projects?
zander at kde.org
Wed Jan 6 23:35:39 CET 2010
On Wednesday 6. January 2010 23.23.06 Matt Rogers wrote:
> I'm getting ready to start a new KDE-related project, and I would really
> really really love to use git, rather than start out in SVN, and then move
> to git with the rest of KDE.
> Is there something special that needs to be done in order to get things
> like the KDE commit hooks added to the repositories that get set up so
> that things like the commit mails, bug mails, etc. work?
> What is the stance on using git for new stuff anyways?
My personal opinion here is that we should try really really hard to not
fragment the KDE community further then we already have done so far.
I think its really important that if KDE services are needed they use what the
rest of KDE uses and go to git at the same time as the rest of KDE does so.
The reason for this is that I think we should put a foot down and get everyone
and their pets to help out with the couple of left blockers and just get
everyone over to git ASAP.
We have 2 active projects trying things out and fixing bugs, now lets all put
our hands together and get everyone over.
I think its fine if you start your new project on gitorious, but then wait for
the rest of KDE to migrate before getting the hooks and the translations etc.
Essentially, wait for KDE to move to git before your new project can be part
of the KDE community.
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