On Saturday 23 July 2005 04:15, Ryan Anderson wrote:
>On Sat, Jul 16, 2005 at 10:46:00AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> I do not know what release plan Linus has in mind, and also
>> expect things to be quieter next week during OLS and kernel
>> summit, but I think we are getting really really close.
>Looking at the set of patches we just all dumped on Linus, I think
> they pretty much show us that we don't have any major issues.
>As I see it, the status is currently like this:
>Revision control - Stable
>Pulling locally or over rsync - Stable
>Pushing over ssh - Stable
>Remote, anonymous pulls not using rsync - Beta
>Usability features - Beta
>Documentation - Alpha
One old farts comment re the docs here folks.
This will need to be improved considerably if you want all us lurking
frogs to be able to use it without drowning this list with what
really should be RTFMable questions. Specifically, we should be able
to dl one package and install something that, by reading the
manpages, can be made to work OOTB given an adequate network
My lurking & reading the mail here tends to give me the impression
that while it can be made to work, there are yet rough edges for the
new user. Potentially discouraging rough edges...
>My feeling is that we're pretty well set to do a 1.0 release.
>1 - Usability features are all the things around git-apply,
>git-format-patch, etc, that we're clearly working on to make life
> more pleasant, but aren't really critical.
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