OpenJFX mirror at BitBucket?
kevin.rushforth at oracle.com
Tue Mar 17 22:02:01 UTC 2015
Right. If you wanted to revive the unofficial OpenJFX bitbucket mirror
for your own experiments, that is certainly something you could do
(subject to the GPLv2 + CLASSPATH license terms).
For those patches to then be incorporated into the openjfx repos on
hg.openjdk.java.net they need to go through the existing openjdk
mechanism (which requires a signed OCA) as patches / webrevs, just like
any other openjdk project. We cannot take patches directly from a
Jonathan Giles wrote:
> There was a mirror, but it was unofficial and one-way (OpenJDK ->
> BitBucket). I believe (although my memory may be failing me) that it
> was operated by Danno, so he might have more to say.
> In regards to fork / pull-request vs patch-file, I have no arguments
> there. Of course, OpenJFX is part of the OpenJDK, and therefore makes
> use of the OpenJDK infrastructure. My main point is that any movement
> regarding infrastructure is guided by an over-arching infrastructure
> team, in conjunction with the OpenJDK masters. OpenJFX can't work
> independent of this.
> -- Jonathan
> On 18/03/2015 10:50 a.m., Florian Brunner wrote:
>> AFAIK there is/ was a mirror of OpenJFX at BitBucket.
>> I think the URL was https://bitbucket.org/openjfxmirrors, but it's
>> not valid
>> Is there still a mirror of OpenJFX at BitBucket?
>> A fork/pull-request workflow is state-of-the-art nowadays in software
>> development and way better than a patch-file based workflow IMHO.
>> It would be great to have such a fork/pull-request workflow also for
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