[PySide] Move PySide development to github?
mairas at iki.fi
Fri Jul 12 10:16:00 CEST 2013
Just note that moving from Qt's Gerrit to Github means moving away from the
Qt Project: if the contributors don't go through the license agreement
click-through at Gerrit, code pushed to Github cannot later on be merged
back to Github.
Having said that, I agree that Github works well and is used very widely in
the community, and since Digia seems to have no interest in supporting
PySide, the move probably would have a net positive effect for PySide
development. Just wanted to make sure you're making a conscious decision
about this. :-)
On 11 July 2013 23:27, John Ehresman <jpe at wingware.com> wrote:
> At the sprint in Austin, a few of us discussed moving the git repository
> where changes are made to github. We would still limit who could push
> to a core group of approvers and require someone else to review changes
> in almost all cases. The goal is to move away from gerrit / gitorious
> to the github tools. Each of us has limited time to contribute to
> PySide and we'd rather spend that time improving PySide rather than
> learning how to use tools we don't otherwise use.
> What to do with the bug tracker is less clear. It probably would
> migrate to github's tracker or another tracker because the current
> tracker doesn't work well, but OTOH no one is particularly impressed
> with github's tracker.
> We decided to float this idea on email and see what the response was.
> Any transition wouldn't happen for a few weeks and all patches should be
> submitted via Gerrit until then.
> PySide mailing list
> PySide at qt-project.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the PySide