Gnucash Git Repo (was: po/{zh_CN, ja}.po haven't been updated by r19334)

John Ralls jralls at
Tue Jul 13 15:36:57 EDT 2010

On Jul 13, 2010, at 10:55 AM, Tao Wang wrote:

> I also like decentralized Git for development. We can use both git.gnome.organd
> We can use for decentralized development, and push
> back to, as an official repository, at any stage. Git is quite
> free to use in either centralized or decentralized way, which is hard to do
> in subversion. And it's damn fast.

Yes, I do that with github and sourceforge for gtk-osx, because github makes it easy for someone to fork off a repo and then let me know when they have something to pull back in, without having to give me access to some private server somewhere or to mess around with patches. Sourceforge provides nice project support for all of the other stuff.

I don't know how easy it is to get a repo on Gnome. The implication from their wiki is that a fair amount of groveling is required. Meanwhile, we already have a sourceforge project if for some reason Derek doesn't want to continue using the server that points at.

John Ralls

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