Illume FSO profile infrastructure
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman)
raster at rasterman.com
Mon Sep 1 14:08:05 CEST 2008
On Fri, 29 Aug 2008 11:16:14 +0200 Stefan Schmidt <stefan at datenfreihafen.org>
> On Tue, 2008-08-19 at 01:18, Stefan Schmidt wrote:
> > Theme and config are in our artwork repo, means we have full control over
> > the profile. Syncing with upstream illume changes is atm done manually. I
> > expect that the changes to illume which we need to catch up with our
> > profile to slow down. If it turns out that syncing manually is a pain we
> > can still think about it again.
> Just done another sync. The only two pieces we differ are background and
> flaunch, a special for ASU. The latter one should be ok in the theme when I
> disable the gadget in our config. Just not done.
> I'm still not sure about the best way to handle this in the future.
> I just talked to raster and he seems pretty interested to play with FSO from a
> UI point of view. That means he will also help us to have a better integration
> into illume.
> Let's keep him motivated so we can concentrate on the framework bits as
> groundwork for the UI. :)
right now... i'm moptivated. just the whole git repo and mtn stuff is a bit of
a hassle. if there is a way we can streamline the way we work (instead of
having to email patches around) i'd.. really like it! remember - fso is not
really meant to be "stable" so i think we sould just make it a bit of a
playground. maybe this comes from the E world where head/unstable *IS*
stable... so there is a fair bit of momentum behind doing things in a way that
doesnt break stuff. and if there are breaks they do get fixed fast. so if we
can have a working git tree we all work on and can git-push/pull from that'd be
great - either that or an svn tree - i don't much care. i'm tempted to set up
an svn tree just so there can be a direct "playground" where everyone throws
their stuff into (and i know there is mtn - but its going to be killed off)...
anyway - that's all - just hoping to have a streamlined way to work so the
tools and mechanics of working together become a non-issue and we can all work
on our stuff - not on our mechanisms :)
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