The Sourceforge exposure gives people like me with an itch to scratch a
place to work on a publicly visible branch of ZODB for my two proposals
without breaking anything or relying on patch files continually.
PS My proposals are ExplicitTransactions and PersistentBlob ;-)
Michel Pelletier wrote:
> On Fri, 8 Dec 2000, Robin Becker wrote:
>> Anyone know why AM Kuchling needs to split off a Sourceforge project
>> based on ZODB?
> I don't think it's a "split", but AMK is using ZODB internally at his
> job, and externally with his own projects, so I can see him wanting to
> have some control over the distribution that he uses.
> Other than that, there could be other reasons, we, for example, do not
> provide a mechanism for community checkin privledges, Sourceforge
> does. I don't think we have a ZODB specific mailing list, sourceforge
> offers this.
> That being said, I'm pretty sure we've allways kept up with Andrew's
> patches and suggestions, and we'd be happy to create a mailing list.
> Andrew has also extended any developer at DC checkin privledges at the
> sourceforge project; although I suspect we'll just continue to check
> into our CVS and he'll "sync" with us that which he wants. I am, in
> particular, barely not lazy enough to check stuff into branches, much
> less whole other repositories. ;)
>> I really liked the ZEO examples, but where's this going?
> It's just open source. More power to him in my opinion. He's
> definatly taking Zope and ZEO to new levels and audiences.
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