dpmcgee at gmail.com
Sun Jul 5 19:41:13 EDT 2009
On Fri, Jul 3, 2009 at 6:47 PM, Roman Kyrylych<roman.kyrylych at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is not really related to a 'real job' (sorry!) but it's quite interesting
> since it represents Arch on a quite large FOSS-related site,
> and it is actually an interesting source of statistics.
> As someone of you may know - there are Arch Linux related projects
> registered on Ohloh:
> * Arch Linux - most git repositories from projects.archlinux.org
> * Arch Linux Packages - our SVN and community CVS
> (we should add community SVN when it's ready, but make sure old CVS
> history is retained)
> * AUR - aur.git
> * Arch Linux Installer - installer.git (but not aif.git)
> * Pacman - pacman.git
> Is this structure OK or does someone have a suggestions for changes?
> For example, would it be better to move aif.git to Arch Linux Installer
> or merge installer.git into Arch Linux? (IMO 2nd way i's better).
> They also have Managers feature now, so it would be nice if Aaron
> (they suggest that it should be "Someone who works on the project.
> Ideally the owner, founder, lead developer, or release manager.")
> took management of all our projects and modified permissions
> to protect from vandalism.
I'd say you are welcome to take the lead on this and do what you think
needs to be done.
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