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         -> every module in KDE gets a repo, every project in support/extragear gets a repo, koffice gets a repo
 
         -> every module in KDE gets a repo, every project in support/extragear gets a repo, koffice gets a repo
 
         -> write a script to clone, update and build everything, like kde-svn (morice).
 
         -> write a script to clone, update and build everything, like kde-svn (morice).
         -> subprojects, like games or edu might choose to have a repo per app, however, they will have to help out then. Otherwise, they get lumped together. Will have to ask the module maintainers (TASK)
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         -> subprojects, like games or edu might choose to have a repo per app, however, they will have to help out then. Otherwise, they get lumped together. Will have to ask the module maintainers (TASK: Chani will do the asking)
 
         -> if a subproject wants to separate all their apps, someone will have to help them (TASK)
 
         -> if a subproject wants to separate all their apps, someone will have to help them (TASK)
 
   ** who proposes to kde-core-devel
 
   ** who proposes to kde-core-devel

Revision as of 19:50, 11 November 2009

  • project layout
 ** compromise?
       -> every module in KDE gets a repo, every project in support/extragear gets a repo, koffice gets a repo
       -> write a script to clone, update and build everything, like kde-svn (morice).
       -> subprojects, like games or edu might choose to have a repo per app, however, they will have to help out then. Otherwise, they get lumped together. Will have to ask the module maintainers (TASK: Chani will do the asking)
       -> if a subproject wants to separate all their apps, someone will have to help them (TASK)
 ** who proposes to kde-core-devel
 ** who checks with gitorious
  • user accounts
  • scripts for
 ** translations
 ** releasing
 ** building
 ** pre/post commit hooks, write & coordinate with gitorious
  • documentation
 ** for anon users
 ** for developers
  • funding to pay gitorious
  • go through todo list to check what's open still and who can do that

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