Mon, 26 Jul 2010 13:57:36 +0900, David Cournapeau wrote:
I have finally prepared and uploaded a test repository containing numpy code:
Some observations based on a quick look:
$ git branch -r origin/maintenance/1.1.x_5227 origin/maintenance/1.5.x/doc/numpybook/comparison/pyrex origin/maintenance/1.5.x/doc/pyrex origin/svntags/0.9.6_2236
These don't look right?
Would it be possible to get real Git tags for the tags in SVN? Perhaps in addition to the svntag/
Although, I must admit, I don't remember any more the rationale for the svntags/ thing. Was this because some of them contain commits that are not part of any other branch? How much do we lose if we just drop the svntags/* stuff (it clutters up the branch -r output)?
Some people have their SVN commit account in format forename.surname -- it might be OK to translate this to "Forename Surname" even if we do not hear back from them?
alan.mcintyre chris.barker chris.burns christoph.weidemann darren.dale paul.ivanov tim_hochberg
Also, Ralf has the Git ID in format "rgommers <...email...>", but I guess that's correct?
For other people (eg Pierre GM, Michael Droettboom) who might still be active contributors in the future, it could be nice to know what Git ID they are going to use.