Right now the head svn (https://svn.fedoraproject.org/svn/extras/
setup in the following fashion:
I've tried this repo, thanks for setting it up.
Right now the extras CVS repo is set up in this fashion :
"module" being for example "rpms", "owners",
"website", etc.., "submodule"
being the rpm name, and "branch" being "FC-5", "devel",
It works fine for me as an extras contributor, why not keeping the same
organization ? What would the new one provide that the old one did not ?
(of course we'll need an additional rpms-tags/ top-level dir)
We should also have a look at the system set-up by /the repo that must not
be named/, who uses svn. It's set up in this fashion :
There also, it's quite similar to what Extras has currently. Works fine.
For more info : http://rpm.livna.org/development.html
(OMG I linked to it ! Curse me !)
If a new classical setup like
would work better, I'm totally open to it, but are there benefits ? Anything
I overlooked ?
It's nice we'll be able to have fun with ACLs in the next version. Will they
be pluggable into the new package database ? That would rock.
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