On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 12:59 PM, Tim Allen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On the other hand, using git would probably complicate the build/review
process: since Github repositories are (as far as I know) owned by
individuals, you might not be able to set up access for multiple people,
and hence the current scheme of "push your changes to a branch on the
central server, tell the buildbots to build it" might not be possible.
No, this is not a problem, Github has the concept of "organisations" which Glyph has already set up, so we can have this done properly :)
Also Github has well supported API notification support for when new commits come in. Not so much for issues, but I'm working on a solution for that...