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Re: GuixSD on arm (ng0)

From: David Craven
Subject: Re: GuixSD on arm (ng0)
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2016 00:54:06 +0200

Many projects use email for patch submission, so for me it's just
another useful skill to learn. I assumed that sending the patches via
email was the easy part. So whatever works best for you guys... ;-)

On Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 9:45 PM, Alex Sassmannshausen
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
> Leo Famulari writes:
>> On Tue, Jul 05, 2016 at 03:04:56PM +0200, David Craven wrote:
>>> Just chiming in here...
>>> I know that github being propietary software probably won't be
>>> considered, but it is unarguably an awesome piece of software,
>>> possibly the best propietary software since google search :-) I think
>>> that using github would improve the efficiency of submitting/reviewing
>>> patches. But I'm still new to the sending patches via email thing - so
>>> I might get used to it...
>> I would really prefer to not have to use a web page for contributing to
>> Guix. I find the tools `git send-email` and `git am` to be very easy to
>> use and much faster than a web site.
> Just to throw this in the mix: I contribute to a project called Koha,
> which uses Bugzilla as it's tracker.  I know previously this has come up
> and I think there are a number of people who don't like it — the reason
> I bring it up now, is because there is an extension for git called
> git-bz, which basically provides commandline access to bugzilla — at
> least for patch management (and I think commenting… though not 100%
> sure).
> You can apply patches, including entire series attached to specific bugs
> to a codebase, upload new patches (including 'obsoleting' previous
> versions).
> Though I guess you'd still have to perform 'read' operations through the
> browser.
> I don't have a horse in this race, just throwing in 2¢… :-)
> Happy hacking,
> Alex

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