[geeklog-devel] Getting the GSoC results into the main Geeklog repository

Vincent Furia vfuria at gmail.com
Tue Aug 25 15:43:02 EDT 2009

I think this is the best plan. We can integrate student projects when it
makes sense to do so (after thorough testing).


On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 11:47 AM, Dirk Haun <dirk at haun-online.de> wrote:

> So now that GSoC 2009 is over (everybody passed, btw - yay!) - obviously
> we're now looking into integrating our student's work into the main
> Geeklog repository (where applicable). How do we do that?
> My suggestion would be to do it incrementally. We should first try and
> get the student repositories in sync with the main Geeklog one again.
> Once that is done, we can work out the kinks in all the new features
> (again, on the separate repos). And then we'll look into merging things
> into the main repository.
> This could very well mean that we roll out features incrementally, i.e.
> over several Geeklog releases.
> Does that sound okay? The "all in one" post-GSoC releases of the past
> years have always been very late and some features were ready for public
> consumption earlier than others but had to wait for the latecomers.
> Having all the new features in separate repositories gives us a chance
> to work out the kinks there and only ship what's really working. And at
> the same time it should be easy to keep the repositories in sync with
> the main one so that a late addition doesn't cause any extra work.
> Comments?
> bye, Dirk
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