[mcclim-devel] Official repository lagging?

Manuel Giraud manuel at ledu-giraud.fr
Fri Aug 24 10:58:23 UTC 2012

Rudolf Schlatte <rudi at constantly.at> writes:

> On Aug 24, 2012, at 10:40, Timothy Moore <moore at bricoworks.com> wrote:
>> I was going to save this mail until my current round of mcclim hacking is finished, but here
>> goes. I'm not particularly interested in continuing to work with CVS. Are people agreeable
>> with moving to git? I'm not invested (at all) in having my github repo become the "official"
>> repo, but a site like github has a lot of advantages as a host.
> I'm very much in favor of moving to git.  git-svn works well enough
> for upstream svn archives, but syncing back and forth with cvs is
> always uncomfortable for me.
> But could we leave the "official" git archive on common-lisp.net?  I
> like github, but when I'm checking out a project that I'm unfamiliar
> with, I hate having to decide between downloading (for the sake of
> example) onixie/mcclim, slyrus/mcclim, mmontone/mcclim and
> timoore/mcclim.

Same here. I'm too in favor to switch to git (which is clearly easier
than CVS) but keeping the official mcclim repository where the project
is seems better to me. github is cool, fun, social and whatnot but I
find it hard to get an official software out of it.

Manuel Giraud

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