|Subject:||Re: GSoC: Manolis to work on Guix port to GNU/Hurd|
|Date:||Thu, 30 Apr 2015 11:27:01 +0300|
Hey Andreas :D
On 30 Apr 2015 00:53, "Andreas Enge" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am not quite sure how this is supposed to make things easier. Why not simply
> use a branch in the guix repo (like the existing wip-hurd, or wip-wip-hurd for
> very experimental changes)? Then every commit of yours will be sent to our
> mailing list, and you develop directly in our infrastructure.
I just want to have a remote backup of my local changes, as well as give everyone an early look of what I am currently working on, before I send any patches. I prefer having it hosted somewhere else, in case I do something stupid :).
As David said, there shouldn't be any issues with that.
> Not to mention that github is not exactly popular in the free software
> community, see "service as a software substitute", or
I know. I would have preferred gitorious for this, but gitorious is shutting down so I couldn't think of an alternative.
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