[Pkg-exppsy-maintainers] Projects on alioth

Yaroslav Halchenko debian at onerussian.com
Wed Oct 24 20:37:38 UTC 2007

Since we are on the list now -- we can just use the list ;-)

>    I think Christoph has an alioth account, but I'll double-check.
>    Christoph, can you send around your username?
Just added Christoph to the team.

>    If I moved pyepl to alioth I would migrate to git, too.  We'll see
>    what happens.
cool -- let me know when it is there -- I will then try to migrate our
debian packaging inside of the same git repository (as a debian + build
branches) so we have everything in 1 place

>    And what about pyeeg, do you mind if I add that as a git repository
>    right away (by right away I mean when I want to procrastinate on my
>    SfN poster even more)?
Sure thing -- go ahead... just create a new project using that script
michael wrote in /git/pkg-exppsy

>    P

>    On 10/24/07, Yaroslav Halchenko <[1]yoh at psychology.rutgers.edu> wrote:

>      I've sent you and Christoph an invitation to join out pkg-exppsy
>      mailing
>      list, which might be actually the best media to continue any
>      conversation on common projects relevant to exppsy (Experimental
>      Psychology) project we have.
>      To add Christoph I guess he should get an alioth account first (I
>      am
>      CCing him this reply also)
>      As for pyepl -- I don't mind having its repository there especially
>      since its debian packaging is already there under SVN ;-)
>      On Wed, 24 Oct 2007, Per B. Sederberg wrote:
>      >    Howdy folks:
>      >    Would it be ok if I moved my pyeeg project to alioth and have
>      us add
>      >    my friend/colleague Christoph T. Weidemann (see him at
>      >    [1]http://cogsci.info) to the list of developers?  He is
>      helping with
>      >    the development of pyeeg and also pyepl.
>      >    I'm also thinking about moving pyepl to alioth, which I assume
>      you
>      >    would be happy about, but more people than myself must make
>      that
>      >    decision.
>      >    Thanks,
>      >    Per
>      > References
>      >    1. [2]http://cogsci.info/
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