[Piuparts-devel] Bug#632924: Bug#632924: Bug#632924: Bug#632924: piuparts-slave to recreate tarball(s) beyond certain age
saschaefer at neurodiverse.org
Sun Jul 10 18:42:23 UTC 2011
On 07/10/2011 09:17 AM, Holger Levsen wrote:
> tags 632924 + pending
> On Sonntag, 10. Juli 2011, Holger Levsen wrote:
>> are you subscribed to the PTS, so I can stop cc:ing you?
> doing so now ;)
Sorry. I thought I had answered this before. Yes -- I subscribed
piuparts-devel a couple of weeks ago.
>> From my running piuparts.d.o POV I don't care much why+what has changed in
>> the base system and if I'd really wanted to find out one day, I could use
>> snapshots.d.o - but I also don't care about disk space here. What I had in
>> mind was just not accumulating cruft. OTOH, as its reused every month its
>> not much cruft... I'll sleep over it and commit something tomorrow :)
> I've decided to remove it on success...
Very good. You have both greater experience and greater knowledge (I
didn't know snapshots.d.o exists).
Not to mention greater responsibility as official maintainer.
>> Speaking of changesets, I'd like to move to git rather sooner than later -
>> are you familar with it?
Yes -- I am familiar with and comfortable with git. I prefer mercurial,
but I recognize:
1) that definitely places me in a minority. and
2) that MAY be because I pushed for, and have been using, mercurial at
my day job for 3+ years,
IMHO, there are legitimate, well-reasoned proponents on both sides of
the 'git vs mercurial' question, in addition to the flamewars that seem
to get started on regular basis (still). At least from my perspective,
the two seem to have become very close to each other (in a positive way).
More opinion ... With current # of people and level of activity, I
wouldn't think svn is any meaningful obstacle, Though this may just be
another case of your having greater experience and greater knowledge :-)
> for this to happen I should move svn/piatti into trunk first...
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