[pkg-kolab] introducing me
thomas at koch.ro
Wed Nov 9 09:08:40 UTC 2011
> I'm in favor of moving to Git. There are several ways to do it:
> - create the upstream branch using upstream git as remote (aka: keep
> upstream commit ids)
> - create the upstream branch using upstream tarballs
> The first solution is better for continuous merge, but it increase the
> commit number of our repo.
We're talking GIT here. Don't bother about a few more commits if others use
GIT do develop an operating system. I've already learned the benefit of having
upstream's log available at a fingertip.
> I prefer solution 1. What other team members think?
> Can you join the pkg-kolab team on alioth? You will have the rights to
> create git repositories (please import the svn history in the debian
I'm afraid that the source of kolab is spread over several GIT repositories at
upstream. I'm still trying to find my way through there repositories.
Thomas Koch, http://www.koch.ro
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