github... need suggestions from you.
Tue Dec 9 10:02:00 GMT 2014
resent due to spam message (ml + ml-owner)
On 2014-12-09 09:24, Bryan Hundven wrote:
> Prior to github, you'd 'git send-email' a change, it would be peer
> reviewed here, and once approved, it was applied.
> Post github, you fork the repo, make a branch, commit your changes,
> and approvals are done prior to merging the change.
I personally dislike this change. I'll not get an github account just
for adding changes to ct-ng.
Maybe I'm a bit out-of-date, but I really like the 'git send-email'
feature and can't get familiar with latest evolutions in opensource
development tools and work-flows. It seems others can't either. U-Boot
tried to implement gerrit  which would also be a drastic change in
how to work together. Finally this was stopped in favour of the old
All I'd like to say is: Bryan, if you think going to github is a good
idea, please do so. But please also accept that at least some still want
to send their changes via mail. If going to github also means we kill
the list, the mail would finally end at your address.
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