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Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Hacking on Savane - where to start?

From: Assaf Gordon
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Hacking on Savane - where to start?
Date: Tue, 05 Aug 2014 07:06:32 +0300
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Hello Karl,

Thank you for your reply.

On 08/04/2014 04:04 AM, Karl Berry wrote:
There is no easy place.  Info, such as it is, is at

I read the wiki pages, things make much more sense now.
I gather you are looking at the "savane" project page,

Indeed, I am more interested in the Savannah (Savane?) frontend/backend code 
than in the Savannah administration tasks.

Other projects, notably including "savane", are not relevant to hacking
live Savannah.  I added a note to that effect in the "savane"
description.  (I thought we had it there before, but I guess not, or it
got deleted, or something.)

Part of the problem is that the overall situation is so murky.  If I
knew precisely where everything was and how it was used, I would write
it down, but I don't, and the reality is that researching all that is
part of what any savannah contributor must do to succeed.  Sad but true.
There is no especially low-hanging fruit.

If I may ask - is there an interest in working on the front-end code or the 
back-end architecture?
Or is there already an active on-going project?
Or is there an interest but no time / developers ?
Or no interest?
I didn't completely understand from the statement about "FusionForge" what is 
the situation.
I tried testing "savane" locally and failed, but now I realized it's 
"savane-cleanup" perhaps that should be used?

 - Assaf

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