Illume FSO profile infrastructure
stefan at datenfreihafen.org
Mon Sep 8 22:27:18 CEST 2008
On Mon, 2008-09-01 at 22:08, Carsten Haitzler wrote:
> On Fri, 29 Aug 2008 11:16:14 +0200 Stefan Schmidt <stefan at datenfreihafen.org>
> 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)
As I have to do with illume... ;)
> 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.
We have the "no regression for the next MS" rule here. In between it can be
broken but should hopefully get fixed fast. For bigger changes, like PDU mode
for SMS, Daniel used an extra branch and merged it once it was ready.
> 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)...
Hmm, not really sure what you mean here. For the frameworkd we have the git repo
and are pretty happy with it. Same for zhone. If you like to get commit access
to them that should be as easy as sending your ssh key to mickeyl. For the stuff
you are perhaps planing to write choosing the SCM and hosting place would be
your choice. E svn, a git repo at freesmartphone, as you prefer.
To me it seems that we just have some corner cases where we need to mail pachtes
around, I still like this for review, like me working on illume. For the other
stuff we have our working setups.
For OE there is still the mtn thing. Mickey, Jan, Daniel and me have commit
access there but for this we must use mtn and not the git mirror, which is
read-only atm. So if you like to make changes here mailing patches is the best
way I can see. Or are you interested in an OE account? Of course that would mean
So in short, I see not much big problems with the process. Let me know if I
missed a part you had original in mind.
More information about the smartphones-standards