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Re: Status of outstanding branches

From: Hyrum K. Wright <hwright_at_juniper.net>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 19:29:28 -0600

On Feb 17, 2009, at 6:01 PM, Neels Janosch Hofmeyr wrote:

> Hyrum Wright wrote:
>> We've branched 1.6.x: yay! While it's soaking, and tion for the 1.7
>> release cycle, I'd like to take a look at all the current branches in
>> our tree, find out what's mergable and what's not, and then take
>> appropriate action. Here's the list of the outstanding branches in
>> our tree:
>> * artem-soc-work/
>> No work for two years.
>> * bdb-fixes/
>> No work for three years.
>> * capabilities-abstraction/
>> Branch created by Karl a year ago, only one commit.
>> * diff-repos-wc/
>> "micro-branch" created by Neels four months ago.
> Yes, it was supposed to be micro, turned out to going to be quite a
> big job.
> I intended to follow up on it all this time, but I guess it's
> hopelessly
> outdated by now...
> I saved myself a diff of it and removed the branch.

You're free to do with it what you will, of course, but don't feel any
pressure to remove it or keep the repository clean or anything. I
just wanted to know which branches were under active development,
which were mergable early in the 1.7 cycle, and which were abandoned.
If you think that this branch will eventually make it's way back in to
trunk, feel free to leave it be.


Received on 2009-02-18 09:45:01 CET

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