git migration, next steps

Ian Monroe ian at
Fri Jun 3 17:56:12 CEST 2011

On Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 10:52, Kevin Kofler <kevin.kofler at> wrote:
> On Friday 03 June 2011, Eric Hameleers wrote:
>> Kevin, it was not meant as a stab at you and your KDE team. My
>> apologies if it came across like that.  I do like Redhat's Linux, use
>> it on a daily basis on my laptop even.  I also respect Fedora as a
>> testing ground and a distro in itself.
>> No more bad words about your employer.
> FYI, I do not work for Red Hat, I'm one of the community Fedora packagers
> (currently doing a GSoC 2011 project with Fedora, otherwise unpaid). It just
> rubs me the wrong way when our project's main sponsor gets attacked for no
> reason.
> That said, your apologies are accepted. :-)
>> If you want to give people a feeling of unity (pun intended) when
>> running KDE it should not be given to packagers as a shambles of small
>> un-coordinated source tarballs.
> I agree with you there.

It's still release-team at not release-team-ark,
release-team-marble etc etc. Why would split tarballs for 4.7 be an
uncoordinated shambles? So far the main reason against it seems to be
that it would be kind of a pain in dealing with your internal
bureaucracy of adding new SRPMs.

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