[TYPO3-50-general] git and a Package Repository

Martin Klepsch martinklepsch at googlemail.com
Wed Jun 3 20:31:25 CEST 2009

Hey very intereting idea i think.
Im currently "playing" with git and i have to say that i like it.
As Christopher mentioned it would be cool to have a developer community for
FLOW3 like github for all kind of projects.
I dont really know if there are community features implemented in
forge.typo3.org (redmine).
Furthermore it could be the new kind of extension repository with features
like votings etc. .
Im only thinking it over..
best regards,

On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 5:08 PM, Christopher Hlubek
<bruno.bolzano at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi Thomas,
> very interesting topic, I think we talked about something like this on
> the DevDays.
> I think on the client side we shouldn't make a dependency to git to
> publish extensions. At least I would prefer to have a PHP only
> solution. I looked around and found some pure PHP Git implementations
> (currently for accessing files only).
> If we implement a GIT repository on the PR side and leave the client
> with pushing always the complete Package (and make a commit
> server-side) it should work for the beginning. I think pushing to the
> PR directly seems a little bit insecure for me and would open the
> possibility to use the PR as a public Git repo.
> And we would get the benefit of having a nice overview of changed
> files, commits etc. like in Github. But we should talk about the role
> of Forge in respect to the PR. What is used for development and what
> is used for packages? Is Git only the "storage engine" for package
> files? Or do we want a full social code platform like github (which I
> love by the way)?
> Greetings,
> Christopher
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