[Sugar-devel] ASLO activities with no repository
walter.bender at gmail.com
Mon May 22 20:59:52 EDT 2017
On Mon, May 22, 2017 at 4:05 AM, Tony Anderson <tony_anderson at usa.net>
> I thought we were past this discussion. Walter has requested the creation
> of repositories for activities for at least two years. We devoted a full
> GCI opportunity to porting activities to gtk3 and creating repositories for
> them. You sound like you are still in fundamental disagreement with this.
I think there is a bit of a miscommunication going on here. First, as you
know, I am not in favor of creating repos from the bundles as the git
history is lost. As far as migrating repos, the idea, as James says, is to
do that as part of the maintenance process. For example, when an activity
is upgraded to GTK3, we add it to GH/sugarlabs.
> I think a decision needs to be made. A lot of time and effort (and
> discussion) has gone on based on the idea of maintaining activities from
> repositories. If we continue with the current use of bundles and metadata,
> a developer will need to make a bundle from his repository and submit it to
> the Developer Hub to be moderated before release on ASLO. With the release
> the devloper will need to update the metadata through the Developer Hub. If
> an activity is taken over by a new developer, someone will need to enable
> the devloper to get permission to submit the changes.
> My understanding remains that our goal is to have each activity on ASLO be
> based on a repository (with a back-link in activity.info).
> Let me ask the question this way, what's wrong with having a repository
> for each activity and moving the metadata to activity.info?
> On 05/22/2017 03:19 PM, James Cameron wrote:
>> That's no reason to create repositories. Repositories should be
>> created for source code development and maintenance, and they do not
>> need to be created until such time as development and maintenance
>> What's wrong with using the bundles and the existing database of metadata?
>> On Mon, May 22, 2017 at 02:46:25PM +0800, Tony Anderson wrote:
>>> Github is for developers and maintainers. This is where repositories
>>> be for activities, working or not. Making the changes to get the
>>> activity to
>>> work are then documented and the activity can be released for publishing
>>> ASLO when ready.
>>> The purpose of the email was to determine if there is a repository
>>> which should be the basis for changes and to avoid the firestorm of
>>> fearing that their git history will be destroyed. Of course, there is no
>>> real risk since a repository from the bundle touches no one's repository.
>>> On 05/22/2017 02:13 PM, James Cameron wrote:
>>>> Why create repositories? It seems a waste of time.
>>>> Instead, continue to use the bundles. There is everything needed in
>>>> the bundle for running the activity.
>>>> Repositories should not be made for an activity that does not work
>>>> with the current verson of Sugar; the activity should be ported first.
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