OpenJFX mirror at BitBucket?
hastebrot at gmail.com
Wed Mar 18 07:24:33 UTC 2015
Ah I see, that's reasonable.
Using patch files sounds like the change sets will be really
scattered. I first thought about an "official" Bitbucket mirror that
acts as a gate and only accepts small pull requests where every author
identified by his/her email address has accepted the OCA/CLA. There
also is a synchronization between the main repository and the mirror,
where the default branch is merged between both. I don't know if this
is feasible, sounds like a lot of coordination work, e.g. the people
from Node.js and its fork io.js have some problems with coordination
between both repositories.
On 3/18/15, dalibor topic <dalibor.topic at oracle.com> wrote:
> On 18.03.2015 06:50, Benjamin Gudehus wrote:
>> >then you have to spend weeks sorting out who contributed to the files
>> in the pull request
>> Is it common to have multiple authors for a single pull request?
> It's fairly easy to create scenarios with multiple authors:
> A forks away, patches, B forks from A, patches again and submits some
> sort of 'pull request' to the mailing list incorporating both change sets.
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