[torqueusers] [torquedev] Proposed Migration to GitHub
levin108 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 1 07:26:59 MST 2012
I support this idea, github makes developers easy to fork this project,
to submit patches, and to submit issues, we have many opensource
projects on github, it makes it easier for developers to join in the
projects that hosted on github, and I think git is a more powerful tool
than subversion, and it provides so many useful functions, I like the
method that we submit patches to mail list using 'git send-email', which
makes others more easier to review patches.
So, I think it's a great idea, if it was hosted on github, I would like
it more to submit patches to make torque better.
On 2012年12月01日 05:54, David Beer wrote:
> We have been evaluating options for better coordinating our development
> efforts with the community, and we're very interested in migrating the
> TORQUE project to github. Github is a website for hosting open source
> projects and coordinating efforts in the open source community. Feel
> free to look around and check what the website offers - its essentially
> an integration of hosting the project and tracking the issues in the
> project, along with many 'social' tools designed to help coordinate
> efforts, such as following a developer or a project.
> The big caveat to this is that changing to github would discontinue use
> of subversion and switch us to git. (FYI: Discontinue means no new
> check-ins, not downing the server) There are many websites that document
> the advantages of using git vs. using subversion, but for those that are
> unfamiliar with it there aren't always 1-to-1 switches for commands.
> However, for the most common things that our community members do -
> checking out and creating diffs - it works pretty much the same way.
> What are your thoughts on this switch? We believe that this switch will
> greatly benefit the community.
> David Beer | Senior Software Engineer
> Adaptive Computing
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