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Re: [Bug-wget] Welcome new Wget Maintainers

From: Giuseppe Scrivano
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] Welcome new Wget Maintainers
Date: Sat, 24 Apr 2010 23:11:28 +0200
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Micah Cowan <address@hidden> writes:

> I think the main thing with migrating to Savannah is that there are a
> lot of "developers" who would have commit access, where there's really
> only a couple people in there who are active developers. So you may want
> to prune that list (see who's actually in the changelog in the first
> place or something?) before using Savannah for repo access.

Thanks, I will take care of this.

> Of course, git is already required (for maintainers, not developers) to
> update a local copy of gnulib to run gnulib-tool --update with: Wget
> uses gnulib, but checks in the results. I did this so I could control
> the stability of the gnulib we were using, and not have any surprising
> things change out from under me.

I think it will be cleaner to use gnulib in the same way as other
projects are doing it, not checking in the results but using a
"bootstrap" script.  To force a specific revision of gnulib, a git
submodule can be used.


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