|Subject:||Re: Is a move to github in order??|
|Date:||Wed, 14 May 2014 08:53:52 +0200|
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Just my thoughts:|
I started to use github deeper recently and at the same time of étoilé github switch; for what I seen, it is easier to collaborate especially for the feature: "leave a comment on a issue/commit/etc", the system sends email to the people that are collaborating saying that a comment was done on a particular thing instantly.
This is fantastic to me, beacause I can avoid to launch my mailer, write a mail for minor requests/doubts, send it to a mailing list, wait the mail server to show the mail on the mailing list, wait for a reply.
The fork feature is great too, and the new gnustep ithem is on github too (my repo), so anyone can collaborate forking it and sending patches to the main repo. For e.g, on the the there's a branch I created named "dbuskit", it trys to interface the theme to the ubuntu menu server using dbuskit, following the examples inside dbuskit.
It is quite experimental and actually in "stand by" due of lack of time but as I said patches are welcomed. (The most complete branch is nssearchfield)
Il 12/05/2014 21:22, Gregory Casamento ha scritto:
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