On Sun, 02 Dec 2007, Karl Fogel wrote:
> Daniel Rall wrote:
> > I was wondering about this too. Minimizing/removing the use of
> > SQLite is Goodness, but we still need to be able to answer questions
> > posed by Kamesh's issue-2897 branch. Glasser and I talked this over
> > a bit last night on IRC.
> [I'm posting this to dev@ in case anyone else working on
> merge-tracking wants to attend.]
> David Glasser came over to my place today and we had some really
> high-bandwidth discussions about merge-tracking, issue #2897, log -g,
> etc. We both thought it would be very useful if we could do it again
> Tuesday or Wednesday this coming week, but with Dan Rall too (and
> other developers who are around).
Hah, funny you mention this! I was just thinking about you guys working
in the Mission while doing oh-so-fun stuff like grocery shopping and
laundry, and how I'd have liked to be there. ;-)
> Obviously, the results of those discussions would be posted here.
> It's just a way to do a mind-merge quickly, avoiding the turnaround
> time of the list. I was really excited today by some of the things
> David was saying, and thought prospects looked pretty good -- but it
> would be good to run it all by some other heads, and then post here.
> Dan, are you free to do that this Tuesday or Wednesday? Could be in
> SF, Oakland, or even at CollabNet (but if CollabNet, then Wednesday
> would be slightly better than Tuesday, though can do it either way).
I'm free at any location Tuesday, which is my preference (sooner == better).
Wednesday I exercise mid-day (soccer), so CollabNet or the Mission would be
best. IMO, the longer we can spend on this stuff in-person (with summaries
sent to the dev list), the better; I can certainly be available for multiple
days, if it's helpful.
p.s. Now that the invitation has been sent to all, let's follow-up off-list.
Received on Mon Dec 3 06:13:59 2007
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