Aaron Griffin wrote:
On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 3:52 PM, Aaron Griffin email@example.com wrote:
On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 2:28 PM, Thomas Bächler firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Eric Bélanger schrieb:
I thought that maybe TU wouldn't be interested in the core/extra commits but I guess if you're interested in the community commits, you'll also be interested in the core/extra ones. So one list is good.
Wouldn't it make more sense to set up a commits RSS where everyone can choose what he wants, rather than have so many different lists?
I vote for one list for all, the posts should be named such that one can easily filter what is needed.
If you propose a tool that will turn SVN commits into an RSS feed, I will gladly set it up. As far as I know, they're not going to be as easy to use as you'd like here (with the picking and choosing part).
Here's an idea. Considering we no longer have CVS repos displayed on repos.archlinux.org, we could switch to an SVN only web viewer that supports this. http://demo.websvn.info/listing.php?repname=WebSVN&
My only concern about an RSS feed _instead_ of the mailing list is that sometimes overnight, KDE or GNOME move and there is several hundred messages. So unless the feed it is serving is very large, I would be bound to miss some. The same thing is annoying me with flyspray (10 latest bugs) although there is probably a way around that...