[Sugar-devel] Some possible git patches for Labyrinth-4

Simon Schampijer simon at schampijer.de
Sat Dec 20 14:11:33 EST 2008

Gary C Martin wrote:
> Hi Tomeu (and other Sugar devs),
> Here's some patches for the Labyrinth-4  work created with:
>     git-format-patch 0d2bf1756d5f05b86a4f35ba8cbdb401b5cdb724
> That covers all the commits I've re-made here to a clone of your 
> Labyrinth-4 git rep:
>     http://gitorious.org/projects/labyrinth-sugar
> I'm still rough with git, workflow, et al, so shout if I could be making 
> this easier for folks to work with. All of these patches so far (except 
> the SVG icon) are to the upstream labyrinth source code to make it work 
> a little better (and prettier) on Sugar. Is there some sort of magical 
> OSS dance to waft some of these upstream, or is this effort considered a 
> fork?
> Patches were to:
> - Removed the fill on the bounding box so you can see what you're 
> selecting...
> - Use users XO colours for the primary thought.
> - Make default thought colour white so that gtk selection state is visible.
> - Made thought boxes more rounded.
> - Enabled curves by default.
> - Allowed delete key event to work on links.
> - Added sugar friendly SVG activity icon.
> Eye candy:
> Perhaps I should just post patches to the sugar-dev list, it may nudge 
> others into action and stop me from bothering Tomeu too much ;-) I guess 
> I'd need to be able to push (accepted) patches to Tomeu's git rep, if 
> that's the right procedure to aim for.
> Regards,
> --Gary

Hi Gary,

from a quick reading this sounds like you put a lot of work into this 
already. I am sure Tomeu would give you access to the repository. If you 
want your code to be reviewed you can either create tickets for each 
patch and follow the guidelines 

But it sounds to me like you are just in a productive phase and are 
happy hacking on it and then I would call this review process overkill. 
I am sure Tomeu would not mind having you listed as an equitable submitter.

Tomeu, what do you think?

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