[Python-Dev] GSoC Student Introduction
ggpolo at gmail.com
Wed Apr 23 12:24:12 CEST 2008
2008/4/23, "Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de>:
> > See http://python.org/dev/bazaar/ for info. And if you have any other
> > issues feel free to ask, Nick.
> I certainly can't speak for the respective mentors, but I feel that
> "use bazaar" really isn't the right answer to "can I get commit access?"
> One motivation for GSoC is also community bonding, and having the
> mentor (but not *only* the mentor) comment on the proposed changes,
> and monitor the progress of the project. That the development branch
> sits on the student's laptop doesn't really help in that process.
> Instead, the student would have to push the branch somewhere to
> a web-visible location. Now I question whether it's the student's
> obligation to find a server himself, or whether the mentoring org
> should provide the infrastructure (or, failing that, Google (*)).
> So I think an answer to the question above involving bazaar might
> be "yes, but please don't commit to subversion, but only to the
> bazaar repository".
What is the point on having a branch in the svn repo if you won't be
able to commit ? Maybe I misunderstood what you said, so maybe could
you clarify that answer ?
> (*) FWIW, Google does provide the infrastructure; students are
> encouraged (required?) to commit their work to code.google.com.
It is required to submit the "final and complete" work done during
GSoC to a project under code.google.com. That project will be
automatically created after gsoc ends. But yeh, we could create
another project there to use as a repo for the summer.
And thank you, James Tauber, effbot and everyone else that accepted me
as a student this year too. I guess I should create a new thread to
introduce myself and my project =)
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