Git Migration: github with svn access

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Tue Nov 8 08:01:11 EST 2011

John Ralls <jralls at> writes:

>>> I think only the website set-up needs some more work. All other
>>> integration only depends on the availability of a svn checkout, which
>>> would already be there on github.
>> The website and the mails that get automatically sent to gnucash-patches and 
>> gnucash-changes.
>> The mails may not be an issue. Instead of a mailing list, github
>> provides an rss feed (on your personal account, based on all the
>> projects you have marked for watching). That may be sufficient.

I thought github had a hook to send email about a patch?  At least when
MythTV moved to github they continued getting commit emails.  So I'm
sure it's possible.

> I actually like the interface on better than github's
> (or trac's). Less froo-froo, and the history is a lot more readable
> and searchable. OTOH, I do like the line-by-line comment feature on
> Github. (I'm not suggesting we should try to move to
> Getting everyone access would be a big PITA. But we
> could host whatever they're using for a browser on

I'm happy to install something for us.  I just need to know what to
install and how to configure it.  :)

> Regards,
> John Ralls


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