I've come around, and I really think I would like to use Bazaar now. Particularly the advantage of having feature branches seems like it would be really useful. During the last few months of development there have been some architectural changes which are broke a lot of things. This made it more difficult to apply others' patches.
It was Mark Shuttleworth's talk at the Ottawa Linux Symposium which reminded me what the point of the distributed version control is all about. His talk was actually about synchronized time based release, but we can leave that for another day. Right now I would like to be able to keep features out of trunk until they are complete. We are about to freeze, and release sometime this month. I would like to move over to Bazaar right after that. Jono can we use your connections to get us some Bazaar help for the end of August? I am assuming no one will object to this since there weren't many comments when Jono started this idea. Since we will be hosting code on launchpad now, we will have to decide what to do with the wiki on python hosting. Is next sunday a good day for everyone to have a freeze meeting and wiki discussion? Laszlo _______________________________________________ jokosher-devel-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/jokosher-devel-list