niklas.andersson at openforce.se
Tue Jan 26 03:17:30 EST 2016
If Bitbucket is the best long-term, web-based hosting service for Pidgin
- go for it.
On 26/01/16 02:17, Gary Kramlich wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> As some of you are aware, we have a team and repositories (multiple
> actually) on Bitbucket . Myself and a few others have been using
> it to do pull requests and as an easier place to access the code since
> the users control their SSH keys.
> Currently hg.pidgin.im <http://hg.pidgin.im> pushes all changes to
> Bitbucket. This is great, but the sync doesn't work the other way and
> probably shouldn't. When this sync was set up, I believe its only
> intention was for a read-only mirror that we didn't have to maintain.
> That said, as we've been doing pull requests and reviewing code, there
> have been times when they get out of sync. As you might have guessed,
> we can't easily sync both ways because of the potential for merge
> conflicts and so on.
> What I'm proposing is that we make hg.pidgin.im <http://hg.pidgin.im>
> read-only and start migrating everything over to Bitbucket. Our
> Bitbucket team has unlimited users and repositories and we can set up
> ACLs however we want. I have some basics set up right now, which I
> can share if people are interested, but it basically mimics what we
> have on hg.pidgin.im <http://hg.pidgin.im> right now. Also, I'd prefer
> to leave the main repository as a merging point and have people pull
> request to it.
> So, what do you think?
>  https://bitbucket.org/pidgin
> Gary Kramlich <grim at reaperworld.com <mailto:grim at reaperworld.com>>
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> Devel at pidgin.im
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