On Sun, 17 Apr 2005 15:17:50 -0700 (PDT) Linus Torvalds wrote:

| On Mon, 18 Apr 2005, David Woodhouse wrote:
| > 
| > Do you want the commits list running for it yet? Do you want the
| > changesets which are already in it re-mailed without a 'TESTING' tag?
| I really don't know. I'm actually very happy where this thing is right
| now, and completing that first merge successfully was a big milestone to
| me personally. That said, actually _using_ this thing is not for the
| faint-of-heart, and while I think "git" already is showing itself to be
| useful, I'm very very biased.
| In other words, I really wonder what an outsider that doesn't have the
| same kind of mental bias thinks of the current git tree. Is it useful, or
| is it still just a toy for Linus to test out his crazy SCM-wannabe.
| Can people usefully track my current kernel git repository, or do you have
| to be crazy to do so? That's really the question. You be the judge. Me,
| I'm just giddy from a merge that was clearly done using interfaces that
| aren't actually really usable for anybody but me, and barely me at that ;)


|               Linus
| Btw, I also do want this to show up in the BK trees for people who use 
| BitKeeper - the same way we always supported tar-ball + patch users 
| before. So I'll have to try to come up with some sane way to do that too. 
| Any ideas? The first series of 198 patches is obvious enough and can be 
| just done that way direcly, but the merge..

David did the commits-mailing-list script and I'm working on a
commits web-page like what was formerly seen at:
(with daily tarball)

based on some older scripts from David, however I'm wondering if
a variant of the gitlog.sh script wouldn't be a better starting
point for it.

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