[SoC] SVN sandbox access for the GSoC students
andrea.antonello at gmail.com
Wed May 27 05:36:02 EDT 2009
Thanks for clarification Wolf,
That is ok for me,
On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 11:30 AM, Wolf Bergenheim
<wolf+grass at bergenheim.net> wrote:
> On 05/27/2009 12:08 PM, andrea antonello wrote:
>>> Ok, Logic and reasonable. I'll use the OSGeo SVN support. Many thanks again.
>> Honestly not sure about that. The different projects usually have
>> their svns and people used to them.
>> I would find it obvious to use those svns. Mentors would have less
>> issues to follow progress. Does this sound reasonable?
>> Pardon me if I didn't get the point.
> This is only for some projects who cannot or will not give svn write
> access to their primary svn tree and don't have a secondary repository
> like for instance GRASS does.
> Most OSGeo projects have a limited commiters group who have write access
> to the primary source code. Some of these projects don't have and don't
> really need a repository for addons, usually because they don't have a
> lot of contributed code. GRASS is one exception, in that it has a lot of
> contributed code, and it is quite easy to get SVN write access to the
> addons repository, which in turn works to stimulate people to share
> their custom modules. :)
> I hope it is more clear now. You use whatever repository your mentor
> tells you to use. He knows if he can give you write access to the
> project main repository or a secondary (which can be the soon to be
> creates svn repository).
> Wolf Bergenheim (wolf+grass at bergenheim.net)
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