>>* Grant Bowman <email@example.com> [011121 19:58]:
>>> 1. Debian packaging of Subversion
>* Tommi Virtanen <firstname.lastname@example.org> [011127 13:40]:
>> That _will_ happen when you say "we are happy with this,
>> we need large-scale beta testing now". I've been waiting
>> for that day.
>>> 2. DTD for XML export of sources, possible based on
>>> svnlook and CoopX's CVS work
>>> 3. Modified cvsweb/viewcvs for use with Subversion
* Karl Fogel <email@example.com> [011127 13:41]:
> Getting very close to that day now. We still need to:
> - finish the branching, tagging, merging code
> - do the various small-scale, useful features that CVS offers,
> such as newline conversion, keyword substitution
> - fix many of the bugs you see in the issue tracker
> - write some more documentation!
> However, there's no need for the Debian packaging effort to wait on
> all that, it can start right now.
> Testing is definitely welcome, it's just that at the moment it's most
> helpful for developer-type persons to test, because they're also
> likely to submit patches or suggested fixes for the bugs they find.
> Large-scale user testing is something we'll be ready for when we're no
> longer spending all our time on feature completion.
Tommi and others,
It sounds like Garrett and Will have FreeBSD packaging covered. I would
like to start working on the Debian source packaging. Would you or
others like to join in? However I would rather not duplicate work.
It sounds like David Kimdon already has (as of a month ago) much of the
work done somewhere. I would like to see this work checked into the
present self-hosting svn repository and work from there. The Intent To
Package (ITP) announcement made 200 days ago has a discussion attached
As Karl mentioned, the packaging work can be productively done now in
parallel with work on the main product. I think the dependencies that
were discussed in the ITP are in much better shape now as Debian
3.0/woody is in the final stages of it's base package freeze.
-- Grant Bowman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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