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Re: experimental code on Gitlab (bend-spanner repository)

From: Jonas Hahnfeld
Subject: Re: experimental code on Gitlab (bend-spanner repository)
Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2020 09:33:12 +0200
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Am Mittwoch, den 23.09.2020, 00:07 +0200 schrieb Federico Bruni:
> Hi
> I'm writing to ask the permission to place some "experimental" code in 
> a repository within the LilyPond group.
> The project would be called bend-spanner, so the link would be:
> Of course the description would highlight that it's a work in progress 
> of a new feature which may be included in LilyPond eventually, when 
> it's mature enough.
> The author of the code is Harm.

which is mentioned nowhere in the code, at least not in the comments I

> I'm only the "git maintainer", as Harm 
> posted the files on lilypond-user mailing list but never in a 
> repository.
> I decided to put it in a git repository to make things easier for any 
> potential user.
> It's currently hosted here:
> Why moving it to Gitlab?
> - It would have more visibility for users as well as developers.
> - Perhaps Harm may start working on that repository instead of posting 
> files on the mailing list :-) as he has an account on Gitlab. Well, if 
> he doesn't, I'll keep up my git maintainer role.

My 2 cents: With that motivation, I'm against moving it to GitLab. You
wrote it's still work in progress and that you're not willing to adapt
the code for OLL or LilyPond proper. I don't see a reason to give this
a more official flavor by putting it into the organization.


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