Incubator repo space
obara.justin at gmail.com
Mon Aug 8 17:47:59 UTC 2016
Thanks yes, we will have to come up with some sort of governance model and
criteria. For example we’d want something that was less restrictive than
typical Fluid projects, but not so open that everyone has push access. I’d
also like to have something quite clear in terms of criteria. I imagine at
some point we’ll be unsure of which space, incubator, fluid-project, gpii
to put a new repo. And we need a plan for migrating between them.
On August 8, 2016 at 1:31:38 PM, Harnum, Alan (aharnum at ocadu.ca) wrote:
I think it's a good idea to be able to aggregate interesting things being
done by the community with our tools that don’t necessarily fall under the
umbrella of larger projects like Floe & GPII.
We may want to think about what the administrative side looks like for a
new repo space in terms of something that’s more distributed. What does the
criteria look like for submitting & accepting projects into this space?
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On Aug 8, 2016, at 12:27 PM, Justin Obara <obara.justin at gmail.com<mailto:
obara.justin at gmail.com>> wrote:
We’re approaching the end of GSoC 2016 and have several students working on
interesting projects. As part of GSoC they are required to provide a stable
link to their work. While the student could use their personal GitHub space
for this, I would like there to be a straightforward way for us to keep
track of and accumulate this type of work.
We have tried similar things in the past. When we were using SVN we had a
sandbox space, and more recently we had the Fluid Studios<
What I’m thinking this time is a new GitHub repo space for these types of
projects, and they don’t just have to be GSoC related.
Please let me know what you think.
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