obara.justin at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 22:08:21 UTC 2011
I think git is all setup and working. Sorry about the flood of commit e-mails. They were necessary for testing.
Before you push, please make sure you setup your git options for line endings.
You can find the repos at https://github.com/fluid-project.
SVN is still frozen, will let you know when that is back open for design and media.
On 2011-02-01, at 4:06 PM, Jamon Camisso wrote:
> Hi All,
> An update. Repositories are live at: https://github.com/fluid-project
> Justin is just going over line endings, when that is done he will
> test-fire commit hooks to the commits at fluidproject.org list. The Git
> plugin is installed and working nicely on Jira.
> Thanks for bearing with us on this migration, now the real *fun* begins.
> Cheers, Jamon
> On 01/31/2011 04:41 PM, Jamon Camisso wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Things are 99% of the way done with the move to Git. Justin and I will
>> be freezing SVN tomorrow (Tuesday) and doing a final conversion of SVN
>> into Git.
>> Once that freeze and import is done, he and I will need to do the
>> following before the repositories are live:
>> Remove temp/outdated tags
>> Nuke videos from videoplayer
>> Push to main repositories
>> Download & fix line endings, push upstream
>> Check commits emails
>> Longer term, the move to Git will have an impact on various pieces of
>> infrastructure. The following will be addressed after cutover:
>> Daily builds
>> Jira plugin
>> Create IDRC hosted mirror
>> Testswarm integration
>> Take a look at Justin's github account between now and tomorrow to get
>> an idea of what's coming down the pipe: https://github.com/jobara
>> Now would be a good time to clone a repository or two and test out your
>> git foo. See http://git-scm.com/documentation for some excellent
>> Finally, feel free to ping Justin or myself in the channel if you have
>> any questions about things like clients, branches, tags and the like.
>> Cheers, Jamon
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