On Sat, 13 Aug 2005, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> > Yes, developers can just merge with each other directly
> I take it that you mean an exchange of patches that does not depend on
> having public repos. What are the mechanisms available on that front,
> other than patchbombs?
If each developer has a trivial web server, they can put their output
there, and everyone else can pull from it, because it only needs to serve
static files out of a directory structure that the programs create
regularly. Of course, this is only strictly different from a public repo
in that you don't advertize it beyond the other developers. But it's a
within-system equivalent to posting a link to a web-hosted patch set,
which people sometimes do to pass things around.
> > And so I'd be thrilled to have some site like SF support it.
> Eduforge's charter is to host education-related projects, so that's
> not a free-for-all-comers, but I'm considering git support, as our
> usage of git is growing.
If you contribe the git support to gforge, presumably similar hosting
sites will pick it up before too long.
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