[seam-dev] [weld-dev] GIT

Steven Boscarine steven.boscarine at childrens.harvard.edu
Sat Nov 21 09:15:45 EST 2009

Works for me, personally. 

As an outsider, it's obviously more friendly for non-JBoss employees 
like me to contribute.  I am still waiting on someone to tag those Weld 
Maven archetypes I submitted so I can commit to trunk for review without 
worrying about breaking anything.  With git, that wouldn't be an issue. 

I have only used it for personal projects, though.  I don't know if 
it'll make life easier or harder for whoever has to manage these releases. 

Pete Muir wrote:
> A quick item we discussed at the f2f meeting was whether to switch to
> GIT for our SCM, rather than SVN.
> This would give us a IMO a system well suited to our distribued dev
> model, it would also make it much easier for others to sandbox PEs and
> then contribute them back to us.
> The proposal is to use Github to host.
> The team members at devoxx were in favour, but what do others think?
> Pete
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