[Sugar-devel] XO on Fedora 20 (was Re: [GSoC] Porting To Python3)
pgf at laptop.org
Mon May 12 18:43:06 EDT 2014
> * Should we contribute the olpc-os-builder changes back to OLPC or fork it?
> > I don't know if OLPC will do any active development on the linux side of
> > things, if not maybe better to turn this into a sugarlabs thing.
> Yes. I don't really have a strong feeling one way or another. I can send
> patches for the generic parts if they are wanted.
> I think we also need a place where to put reference configurations. I
> initially had put them in olpc-os-builder, numbered as 14.0.0 but that
> feels wrong... since no official olpc releases are planned. I suppose I
> could edit the examples/f18-[model].ini ones instead, but I would need
> access to whatever repository we use to change those without needing review
> every time.
in my opinion, the value of not forking would outweigh the risk of
giving commit privs to someone from (gasp!) sugarlabs. ;-) (that really
is just an opinion, of course. it's not my call.)
it also seems like this problem could be well solved with branches and
tags. i haven't looked at the o-o-b tree, but i assume the current
13.2.0 point could be frozen (branch or tag) and other work could
continue, and eventually branched or tagged itself.
paul fox, pgf at laptop.org
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