[Nitro] Revisiting some Og issues again: RFC
transfire at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 21:50:34 EST 2007
On Nov 29, 5:10 pm, "Judson Lester" <nya... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 28, 2007 8:22 PM, Trans <transf... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > This is what I'd like to do with Nitro's repo and start thinking of
> > Nitro as an umbrella repo which contains a number of separate projects
> > instead of a project in itself.
> I understand the "one roof" idea, but I don't see it's appeal. Why do you
> want to see an "umbrella" project? Does Facets belong inside the Nitro
> tent? If not, then why does Og? It seems like both Nitro and Og might be
> better served if they were separated, with Nitro being a sort of
> first-client for Og, in terms of testing, features, etc.
> ...and also
> > anyone on Windows would not have access to the repo (maybe not that
> > big a deal, but something to be considered nonetheless).
> Huh. I'd been looking for the comparisons between Monotone and Git, and
> that one is kind of huge if you aren't developing for the Linux kernel.
> Your subnet is currently 169.254.0.0/16. You are likely to be eaten by a
Well, I can give you another reason. I can set up an SVN repo up in
moments (with access to a rubyforge project) and get things rolling
right a way. the issues we have for setting up a git repo are some of
the same that we have with the darcs --George is the sole patch
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