[notmuch] notmuch for mutt (was: vim client)

2010-02-21 Thread Ruben Pollan
On 07:56, Sun 21 Feb 10, martin f krafft wrote:
> also sprach Ruben Pollan  [2010.02.19.2112 +0100]:
> > > 1. will there be a usable  ncurses or mutt version that supports
> > > notmuch anytime soon?
> > 
> > I started to work on that I while ago. I didn't hack on it for
> > a while, but I hope I'll return to it soon. Anyway to create
> > a proper good client is a lot of work, I don't think I'll be able
> > to make something usable in months (if I ever make it).
> 
> How would mutt support notmuch? Could you elaborate on the way you
> plan to integrate them?

Ups. I see I explained it wrong. I started to create a ncurses client. I
didn't think about mutt.

I'm not sure if notmuch can be well integrated on mutt. They have kind of
different approach. Maybe the best way to integrate it is the notmuch-fuse that
someone propose a while ago in this list.


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[notmuch] notmuch for mutt (was: vim client)

2010-02-21 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Ruben Pollan  [2010.02.19.2112 +0100]:
> > 1. will there be a usable  ncurses or mutt version that supports
> > notmuch anytime soon?
> 
> I started to work on that I while ago. I didn't hack on it for
> a while, but I hope I'll return to it soon. Anyway to create
> a proper good client is a lot of work, I don't think I'll be able
> to make something usable in months (if I ever make it).

How would mutt support notmuch? Could you elaborate on the way you
plan to integrate them?

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[notmuch] [PATCH] test-lib.sh: Add explicit license detail, with change from GPLv2 to GPLv2+.

2010-02-21 Thread Tay Ray Chuan
Hi,

On Sun, Feb 21, 2010 at 3:55 AM, Carl Worth  wrote:
> The request for relicensing was presented to the git community in:
>
> ? ? ? ?Message-ID: <871vgmki4f.fsf at steelpick.localdomain>
>
> and explicitly agreed to by Junio C Hamano, Sverre Rabbelier, Johannes
> Schindelin, Pierre Habouzit, and Johannes Sixt.

(of all projects, Mercurial!) take a look at Mercurial's attempt at
relicensing last year (http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/Relicensing):
they contacted all 300+ contributors as part of the process.

Of course, we aren't talking about relicensing the whole codebase.
However, I don't think any of the contributors agreed to assign their
work to the 5 people mentioned above (eg. under a contributor licence
agreement), so just getting the approval of them is not enough; you
need to get the approval of *all* contributors to test-lib.sh.

Here's what I get with 'git shortlog t/test-lib.sh  | grep "^[A-Z]"'

   Alex Riesen (5):
   Brandon Casey (2):
   Bryan Donlan (3):
   Carl Worth (1):
   Christian Couder (1):
   Clemens Buchacher (3):
   David Reiss (1):
   Emil Sit (1):
   Eric Wong (3):
   Fredrik Kuivinen (1):
   Gerrit Pape (1):
   Jakub Narebski (1):
   Jeff King (7):
   Johan Herland (1):
   Johannes Schindelin (14):
   Johannes Sixt (12):
   Jonathan Nieder (1):
   Josh Triplett (1):
   Junio C Hamano (57):
   Lea Wiemann (5):
   Markus Heidelberg (1):
   Martin Waitz (1):
   Matthew Ogilvie (1):
   Matthias Lederhofer (1):
   Michael J Gruber (4):
   Michele Ballabio (2):
   Miklos Vajna (1):
   Nicolas Pitre (1):
   Pavel Roskin (3):
   Petr Baudis (3):
   Pierre Habouzit (2):
   Robin Rosenberg (1):
   Shawn O. Pearce (4):
   Stephan Beyer (1):
   Stephen Boyd (1):
   Sverre Rabbelier (2):

PS: This message should not be construed as legal advice.

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Cheers,
Ray Chuan


Re: [notmuch] notmuch for mutt (was: vim client)

2010-02-21 Thread Ruben Pollan
On 07:56, Sun 21 Feb 10, martin f krafft wrote:
 also sprach Ruben Pollan mes...@sindominio.net [2010.02.19.2112 +0100]:
   1. will there be a usable  ncurses or mutt version that supports
   notmuch anytime soon?
  
  I started to work on that I while ago. I didn't hack on it for
  a while, but I hope I'll return to it soon. Anyway to create
  a proper good client is a lot of work, I don't think I'll be able
  to make something usable in months (if I ever make it).
 
 How would mutt support notmuch? Could you elaborate on the way you
 plan to integrate them?

Ups. I see I explained it wrong. I started to create a ncurses client. I
didn't think about mutt.

I'm not sure if notmuch can be well integrated on mutt. They have kind of
different approach. Maybe the best way to integrate it is the notmuch-fuse that
someone propose a while ago in this list.


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