On Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 10:24:15PM +0300, Engel Nyst wrote:
On 07/28/2013 06:13 AM, Adam Saunders wrote:
>Are you still taking pull requests on the GitHub repository? I
>understand that the Gitorious repository is the official one for the
>project, but it seems to me that both repos are kept in sync, and I
>don't have a Gitorious account (yet).
>If not, I'd be happy to get a Gitorious account to make my pull request
Thank you for your help! And please accept apologies for the delay.
The summer may have been a busy time for a number of contributors on
Indeed, and as de facto SABDNNFL I am particularly to blame.
I haven't been able to devote much time recently to copyleft-next for
various difficult real-life reasons, and what time I have been
devoting to it has mostly consisted of pure thought. I do hope to get
back to more active involvement soon.
To answer the question, while the Gitorious repository has been
settled as intended active repo, the Github repo is also an accepted
part of the project, and pull requests are welcome in both places.
(I trust Richard Fontana will correct me if this is wrong.)
I'm not sure what the rule was, but right now I view pull requests for
the GitHub repo (github.com/richardfontana/copyleft-next.git
) as just
as welcome as merge requests for the Gitorious repo.
I informally decided to ignore GitHub issue submissions at some point
(in part because one or more people had complained about this).
However, Github, a proprietary service, is less monitored by the
list members. For convenient review on the list, I've just made
available your branch on Gitorious too. The diff is at:
Thanks so much for the work on the experimental branch. The branch
is work in progress in essential ways, and IMHO in need of another
pair of eyes.
I made a few trivial fixes for other numbering issues.
I don't have questions, but IANAL.:) I'm interested in the feedback
of others on the simplifications you propose.
Thanks to both of you. I hope to get some time to look at this more