[TYPO3-core] Gerrit vs Github
typo3.neufeind at speedpartner.de
Sat Nov 17 20:07:04 CET 2012
On 11/17/2012 07:44 PM, Felix Kopp wrote:
> How could a voting system be implemented with github?
> On 15.11.12 14:56, Marc Neuhaus wrote:
>> Since there's a discussion on Twitter on Gerrit vs GitHub and i couldn't
>> find anything on the mailingslists or somewhere else, where this has
>> been really discussed i've created a etherpad to collect some
>> information/pro/con about that topic:
>> Would love some community collaboration ;)
I've read through the points in the notes and never thought somebody
would want to use that for "chatting" :-) But anyway.
For me gerrit is great, and it made a big impact imho when it was
introduced. I see a lot of good points about it and the openness as well
as organised structure it creates. I've worked in some teams so far,
commited a few things and worked with gerrit. I like it. For sure it
could still get better - but I believe in it being a great tool for our
reviews and even more for being a central "point of entry" for code.
So if you intent to create a larger new feature imho feel free to first
fork it wherever you like and work with your team. But the final review
"inside the TYPO3-universe" I clearly see on TYPO3-infrastructure, with
a coordinated and proven review-process and with (mostly) great support
among the community I believe.
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