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Re: Maintenance of the Hurd parts in glibc

From: Barry deFreese
Subject: Re: Maintenance of the Hurd parts in glibc
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 14:00:24 -0400
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Pierre THIERRY wrote:
Scribit Michael Casadevall dies 23/07/2007 hora 17:53:
When I joined [Castle Infinity], development was a complete mess
because of similar issues we had here (lack of organization, lack of
motivation/time by elder members). The first thing I did once I
realized was going on was locked our SVN repository's trunk, and
creating a new branch [...]

Maybe it would help to lower entry barriers for the project. A
distributed version control helps technically.

Maybe we could mirror Hurd's CVS to some DVCS and see if it helps. I've
already tailored it to Mercurial, if someone is interested:



Didn't we try this already with the AMS branch or whatever it was? How is it much different to have patches in an experimental branch if no-one reviews and commits them upstream then it is to have them in Debian?


Barry deFreese (aka bddebian)

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