On 3/1/13 10:17 AM, Marius Gedminas wrote:
On Fri, Mar 01, 2013 at 09:51:05AM +0100, Jan-Wijbrand Kolman wrote:
Disclaimer: it's been a while since I actively followed zope-dev and
grok-dev. So, please forgive me my ignorance.


A single up-to-date web page sure beats reading months of list archives.

:-)

Spurred by the recent ZTK-2.0 discussion, I'm trying to get back on
track on the topics of 1) migrating package to github and 2) porting
packages to Python 3.

As a first step, I'd like to get the packages directly related to
Grok moved over to github.

Could someone perhaps tell me if there's a guideline document, some
kind of recipe, or perhaps a "conclusive" posting on the mailinglist
on how to proceed on this topic?

My attempt at this: https://gist.github.com/mgedmin/4944724

AFAIK Stephan migrated most of the zope.* packages using this process.

Ok, thanks. I've read it, but will need to re-read it a couple of times more I guess :)

It seem to me the best next step would be to just pick a random grokcore.* package and to just try it. I'll pick, well, grokcore.component.

If I understand correctly, there's two things I need to ask "someone" to do:

* create a repository at https://github/zopefoundation/grokcore.component

* ask permission to use the authors.txt mapping svn usernames to real names and email addresses.

Again, thanks for the information.

regards, jw

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