Hi David, Alan! I think there is not (yet) wide adoption of yoko. So if the iCLAs are on file then I see no problem to simply import this work to svn as well.
We can of course also request a git repo for yoko and import the current work over. I can assist in getting the git repo started. But we also would need to update the documentation etc. LieGrue, strub PS: David, sorry to hear that you leave IBM. Hope it is in your best interest and you are doing fine. Since I know you are an exceptional technician I guess you will not stay available on the free market for a long time ;) > On Wednesday, 5 October 2016, 2:43, Alan Cabrera <l...@toolazydogs.com> wrote: > > >> On Oct 4, 2016, at 5:37 PM, Alan Cabrera <l...@toolazydogs.com> > wrote: >> >> >>> On Oct 4, 2016, at 3:34 PM, David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com> > wrote: >>> >>> Hi, >>> >>> I’m no longer with IBM, but before I left I was strongly encouraged to > make the work we did on yoko publicly accessible, so it’s now at > https://github.com/djencks/geronimo-yoko >>> >>> Both Joe Chacko and Neil Richards have now filed ICLAs. I somewhat > doubt they will have time to massage the existing commits, nor do I know if > it’s > possible to do without linearizing git history. I’m hoping to have time and > energy to experiment with this. At worst I think we could put the git > revision > hashes into the Jira issues rather than the (preferable) reverse. >>> >>> I’ve seen some vague rumors lately that it’s possible to have some > repos under git and some under svn. When I have a little more time I’d like > to > investigate this. Do we need a vote to authorize changing the yoko repo to > git? >> >> I don’t think anyone would mind. What do we do, file a Jira ticket? > > Ok, looks like we move svn -> git. Then enable github integration. Should > we start w/ Yoko to work out the kinks? > > > > Regards, > Alan >