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   ** compromise?
 
   ** compromise?
         -> every module in KDE gets a repo, every project in support/extragear gets a repo, koffice gets a repo
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         -> every module in KDE gets a repo, every project in support/extragear  
         -> write a script to clone, update and build everything, like kde-svn (morice).
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          gets a repo, koffice gets a repo. '''This decision is now final and no longer up for discussion'''
         -> 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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         -> write a script to clone, update and build everything, like kde-svn  
         -> if a subproject wants to separate all their apps, someone will have to help them (TASK)
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          (TASK: Morice).=
   ** who proposes to kde-core-devel
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         -> subprojects, like games or edu might choose to have a repo per app,
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          however, they will have to help out then. Otherwise, they get lumped  
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          together. Will have to ask the module maintainers (TASK: Chani will do
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          the asking) Resolution: EDU wants to stay together at least.l
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         -> if a subproject wants to separate all their apps, someone will have to
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            help them (TASK)
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   ** who proposes to kde-core-devel (TASK: Chani)
 
   ** who checks with gitorious
 
   ** who checks with gitorious
* user accounts
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* user accounts (gitorous accounts need to have a realname)
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  ** <strike>get opt-in privacy agreement. TASK: eean. (coordinate with johann)</strike>. Will not be possible: see http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-scm-interest&m=125812257311133&w=2.
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  ** we need a simple method for people to say "make me a gitorious account".
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    (wiki page?) This list warns about privacy issues: it is opt-in. TASK:
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    dario.
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  ** other users who have a gitorious account need to ask to be part of
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    kdedevelopers.
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  ** we need a way to ensure everyone in thekde-developers group is on
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    kde-cvs-announce@kde.org. (TASK: ask johann)
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  ** we need to send an announcement to kde-cvs-announce@kde.org telling
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    everyone how to request an account (and privacy info) (TASK: boud)
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  ** our sysadmins need to have admin access to gitorious.
 
* scripts for
 
* scripts for
 
   ** translations
 
   ** translations
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      -> mostly good to go, could do with polish and documentation.
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          Finish documentation: TASK for Chani
 
   ** releasing
 
   ** releasing
   ** building
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      -> <strike>ask dirk, cyrille what do they need to create tarballs,
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          collect translations, tag multiple repos (TASK: boud, morice)</strike>. We asked the question, got no answer, so no help is needed.
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   ** building (kde-git-build, morice)
 
   ** pre/post commit hooks, write & coordinate with gitorious
 
   ** pre/post commit hooks, write & coordinate with gitorious
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    *** post:
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      -> figure out which hooks we have right now (from
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        http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/kde-common/svn/hooks/)
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              * CIA
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              * BUG
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              * CCMAIL
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              * LICENSE
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              * EBN (Dario Freddi)
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              * etc.
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      -> check whether the list complete (boud, morice)
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      -> coordinate with harald sitter on writing them (morice)
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      -> get them to work with gitorious for all kde modules, they will run
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        on a kde server (morice, johan, dario)
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    *** pre:
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      -> ACL: only needed for web, top-level modules and konq certificates
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          * look into konq certificates (TASK: Mek, talk to sysadmin)
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      -> ask sysadmin what else pre-commit hooks are needed for (???)
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          * generated files?
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          * upload a complete list of what it checks: TASK for argonel
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          * figure out a way to call them from our site plugin: johan-s
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          * perform tests: dario
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          * make a short list of people who can send new hooks to gitorious
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      -> ACL for creating tags: remains to be discussed: TODO
 
* documentation
 
* documentation
 
   ** for anon users
 
   ** for anon users
 
   ** for developers
 
   ** for developers
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      -> TASK: Chani and Dario
 
* funding to pay gitorious
 
* funding to pay gitorious
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  -> TASK: <strike>ping KDE e.V. board about this (and Thiago).
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    (boud)</strike>
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      * note: we have to make sure what we get for the funding.
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      * service-level-agreement?
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* convert svn mirrors to git mirrors: TODO
 
* go through todo list to check what's open still and who can do that
 
* go through todo list to check what's open still and who can do that
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    -> conversion script: morice: ask Thiago for it!
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    -> externals: poke dfaure (TASK: jpwhiting)
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    -> email issue: in the next gitorious sprint (TASK: johan-s)
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* docs/ folders will need to be sync'd with svn?
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    -> for now, docs/manuals stay in svn. Moving to userbase or git can be done
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      later, it is not a blocker. Ask for input.
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* <strike>get op on #kde-git: task for argonal</strike>
  
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   -> Chani: movetogit page has some false info about having individual
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* project layout
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   ** compromise?
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-> every module in KDE gets a repo, every project in support/extragear gets a repo, koffice gets a repo
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-> write a script to clone, update and build everything, like kde-svn (morice).
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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)
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-> if a subproject wants to separate all their apps, someone will have to help them (TASK)
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  ** who proposes to kde-core-devel
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  ** who checks with gitorious
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* user accounts
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* scripts for
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  ** translations
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  ** releasing
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  ** building
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  ** pre/post commit hooks, write & coordinate with gitorious
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* documentation
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  ** for anon users
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  ** for developers
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* funding to pay gitorious
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* go through todo list to check what's open still and who can do that
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Latest revision as of 20:50, 25 November 2009

  • project layout
 ** compromise?
       -> every module in KDE gets a repo, every project in support/extragear 
          gets a repo, koffice gets a repo. This decision is now final and no longer up for discussion
       -> write a script to clone, update and build everything, like kde-svn 
          (TASK: 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) Resolution: EDU wants to stay together at least.l
       -> if a subproject wants to separate all their apps, someone will have to
           help them (TASK)
 ** who proposes to kde-core-devel (TASK: Chani)
 ** who checks with gitorious
  • user accounts (gitorous accounts need to have a realname)
 ** get opt-in privacy agreement. TASK: eean. (coordinate with johann). Will not be possible: see http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-scm-interest&m=125812257311133&w=2. 
 ** we need a simple method for people to say "make me a gitorious account". 
    (wiki page?) This list warns about privacy issues: it is opt-in. TASK: 
    dario.
 ** other users who have a gitorious account need to ask to be part of 
    kdedevelopers.
 ** we need a way to ensure everyone in thekde-developers group is on
    kde-cvs-announce@kde.org. (TASK: ask johann)
 ** we need to send an announcement to kde-cvs-announce@kde.org telling
    everyone how to request an account (and privacy info) (TASK: boud)
 ** our sysadmins need to have admin access to gitorious.
  • scripts for
 ** translations
      -> mostly good to go, could do with polish and documentation. 
          Finish documentation: TASK for Chani
 ** releasing
      -> ask dirk, cyrille what do they need to create tarballs,
         collect translations, tag multiple repos (TASK: boud, morice). We asked the question, got no answer, so no help is needed.
 ** building (kde-git-build, morice)
 ** pre/post commit hooks, write & coordinate with gitorious
   *** post:
     -> figure out which hooks we have right now (from 
        http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/kde-common/svn/hooks/)
             * CIA
             * BUG
             * CCMAIL 
             * LICENSE
             * EBN (Dario Freddi)
             * etc.
     -> check whether the list complete (boud, morice)
     -> coordinate with harald sitter on writing them (morice)
     -> get them to work with gitorious for all kde modules, they will run
        on a kde server (morice, johan, dario)
    *** pre:
      -> ACL: only needed for web, top-level modules and konq certificates
         * look into konq certificates (TASK: Mek, talk to sysadmin)
      -> ask sysadmin what else pre-commit hooks are needed for (???)
         * generated files?
         * upload a complete list of what it checks: TASK for argonel
         * figure out a way to call them from our site plugin: johan-s
         * perform tests: dario
         * make a short list of people who can send new hooks to gitorious
      -> ACL for creating tags: remains to be discussed: TODO
  • documentation
 ** for anon users
 ** for developers
     -> TASK: Chani and Dario
  • funding to pay gitorious
  -> TASK: ping KDE e.V. board about this (and Thiago).
    (boud)
     * note: we have to make sure what we get for the funding.
     * service-level-agreement?
  • convert svn mirrors to git mirrors: TODO
  • go through todo list to check what's open still and who can do that
   -> conversion script: morice: ask Thiago for it!
   -> externals: poke dfaure (TASK: jpwhiting)
   -> email issue: in the next gitorious sprint (TASK: johan-s)
  • docs/ folders will need to be sync'd with svn?
   -> for now, docs/manuals stay in svn. Moving to userbase or git can be done 
      later, it is not a blocker. Ask for input.
  • get op on #kde-git: task for argonal
  • AOB:
 -> Chani: movetogit page has some false info about having individual 
           developer groups.
 -> drf(Dario):

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