I agree with the idea of maintaining git-subtree outside of contrib.
However, you would need the commitment of apenwarr, or whoever hosts
the master repo, to merge in any pull requests or we are no further
forward. (apenwarr appears not to have been active on github since
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 11:00 AM, Herman van Rink <r...@initfour.nl> wrote:
> On 22-07-13 21:35, Paul Campbell wrote:
>> Sorry for the delay. Not been monitoring the list lately.
>> I'm afraid work stopped for two reasons. Lack of interest from the
>> list was the main one. I understand subtree isn't used much and
>> subsequently there wasn't much interest in reviewing the patches I was
>> putting out. As a result I lost interest.
> It seems to be hard to get anything done on such a busy list. :( Especially
> when the maintainers lack time/attention for such a contrib.
> I think including it in the contrib folder has not done us any good.
> Maybe we should just focus on maintaining a separate repo, which could be
> based of https://github.com/apenwarr/git-subtree (which has already 92
> forks, including one of mine). And obviously integrate all the recent work
> from Paul.
> Met vriendelijke groet / Regards,
> Herman van Rink
> Initfour websolutions
Paul [W] Campbell
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