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Re: [sf-genericinst-dev] Re: [Debian-sf-devel] How to integrate debian-
Re: [sf-genericinst-dev] Re: [Debian-sf-devel] How to integrate debian-sf and sf-genericinst?
Mon, 17 Sep 2001 21:33:35 +0200
have a nice vacation.
I hope that the other members on this lists help with ideas.
I want to ask you and the other admins of debian-sf if it is possible to
join your project ? I have an account at savannah called "fschulte".
I try to move a copy of sf-genericinst over here to savannah to a
project sf-generic. I had registerd it hours before my leave.
I do not know how the procedure of aproving a new project here on
savannah works. Hopefully Loic will help. The E-Mail about my Request
appeared on savannah-hackers. But Loic said I should post a copy again.
I will see.
Have fun !
Roland Mas wrote:
> Frank Schulte (2001-09-15 17:49:03 +0200) :
> > Hi Roland,
> > I'm back from vacation and want to start a discussion how to
> > integrate our two efforts. And I want to discuss Loics "Vision" for
> > a reimplementation of SF. And the Coopx thing.
> > Are you interested ?
> Yes I am, unfortunately I'm also having a three-week holiday in Japan
> starting next Wednesday. I'll probably have email access while there,
> but I can't guarantee I'll be very active on the SF front. I will
> most certainly spend some time thinking about it, though.
> As for the Coopx thing, I think we (debian-sf) might actually need
> it to migrate from 2.5 to 2.6, which is the next big thing we have to
> do. I'll probably come up with some draft of an exchange format.
> Feel free to think about it too, and maybe even come up with an
> implementation :-) There are three points we need to consider: export
> from 2.5, export from 2.6 and import to 2.6. But I think it would be
> better to just export/reimport the projects, since migrating the
> people might be a bit harder.
> I'm afraid I can't be more precise today, I'm a bit overwhelmed by
> my trip preparations. Can't just leave co-workers by themselves.
> Roland Mas
> That's one of the good fings about not existin'; they leave you alone most
> of the time. -- in My Hero (Tom Holt)
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