Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-27 Thread J.P. Delport
Hi all, sorry for coming late... just some thoughts, I don't claim to have all the answers... Chris 'Xenon' Hanson wrote: Paul Martz wrote: I am booked 100% with client work, and if my clients are content on the current release, and there are no pending new features that the clients need,

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-23 Thread Robert Osfield
Hi Paul el. al, On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 5:13 PM, Paul Martz pma...@skew-matrix.com wrote: If I'm not mistaken, we can branch the trunk either right now, or just prior to the start of Robert's GL ES2 work, and Chris could add his changes to the branch, and that branch could eventually lead to a

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-23 Thread Paul Martz
Hi Robert -- Robert Osfield wrote: Just for clarification, I'm not a significant way through the OpenGL ES 2.0 port, I think you're intending to say that you're almost done with the port. Ahead of schedule, right? If my current progress on the port keeps up we could well see the bulk of

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-23 Thread Robert Osfield
Hi Paul, On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 4:10 PM, Paul Martz pma...@skew-matrix.com wrote: Robert Osfield wrote: Just for clarification, I'm not a significant way through the OpenGL ES 2.0 port, I think you're intending to say that you're almost done with the port. Ahead of schedule, right? Oh

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-22 Thread Paul Martz
Sorry to chime in late on this. Chris 'Xenon' Hanson wrote: It seems like we don't have any capacity in this regard right now. I'll shorten the question -- other than Robert, who does have SVN commit access? I am booked 100% with client work, and if my clients are content on the current

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-22 Thread Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
Paul Martz wrote: I am booked 100% with client work, and if my clients are content on the current release, and there are no pending new features that the clients need, then I have no funding or availability to support a new stable release. And that's totally reasonable. Ultimately, Chris,

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-22 Thread Paul Martz
Chris 'Xenon' Hanson wrote: While I'm very opposed to the nasty merge part, I don't have any need to force any sort of branches or releases myself. I'm simply trying to look out for the continued maintenance of the entire trunk. I, too, would like to see some increased bandwidth in

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-16 Thread Robert Osfield
Hi Chris, On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 6:49 PM, Chris 'Xenon' Hanson xe...@alphapixel.com wrote:  Ok. I can understand that. Are there any aspects of submission review that could be outsourced? I've already outsourced aspects of the submission review that are the easy and most productive areas.

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-12 Thread Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
Robert Osfield wrote: Reviewing submissions is a double edge sword, as without keeping tabs on what is happening with the code I'm in poorer position to do support and fix bugs. Reviewing submissions is actually it's not the most burdensome side of my work as project lead. Driving releases

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-10 Thread Robert Osfield
Hi Chris, On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 7:45 PM, Chris 'Xenon' Hanson xe...@alphapixel.com wrote:  It seems like we don't have any capacity in this regard right now. I'll shorten the question -- other than Robert, who does have SVN commit access? As J.S. mentions a number of engineers have commit

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-10 Thread Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
Robert Osfield wrote: I feel for your situation. I'm not very fond of getting torn between coding and the other side of business. I'd much rather code. As J.S. mentions a number of engineers have commit rights on the branches to help out with convergance towards and maintenance of release

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-10 Thread Robert Osfield
Hi Chris, On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 4:26 PM, Chris 'Xenon' Hanson xe...@alphapixel.com wrote:  I feel for your situation. I'm not very fond of getting torn between coding and the other side of business. I'd much rather code. Curiously I'm torn between coding and coding, just that one side is

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-09 Thread Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
Chris 'Xenon' Hanson wrote: I don't think I'm qualified to nominate myself for this right now. However, I'm wondering who does have SVN commit access, and if one of these people is willing to accept interim changes? I have several finished changes ready to check in, and I worry about

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-09 Thread Jean-Sébastien Guay
Hi Chris, It seems like we don't have any capacity in this regard right now. I'll shorten the question -- other than Robert, who does have SVN commit access? Well, I think you've been with us for a while now, so you must have some idea about this. It seems to me that whenever commit

Re: [osg-users] SVN commit bottleneck

2009-10-08 Thread Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
Robert Osfield wrote: have had to start this round of work immediately after completing other client work so haven't had a window opportunity to catch up with submissions and go for making 2.10 as I had originally hoped. If community members are keen to see a 2.10 release sooner rather than