dirkjan at ochtman.nl
Sun Apr 5 11:45:38 CEST 2009
On 05/04/2009 02:44, "Martin v. Löwis" wrote:
> I'm personally happy letting you do that (although I do wonder who would
> then be in charge of the Mercurial installation in the long run, the way
> I have been in charge of the subversion installation).
I'd be happy to commit to that for the foreseeable future.
> To proceed, I think the next step should be to discuss in the PEP the
> details of the migration procedure (see PEP 347 for what level of detail
> I produced for the svn migration), and to set up a demo installation
> that is considered ready-to-run, except that it might get torn down
> again, if the actual conversion requires that (it did for the CVS->svn
> case), or if problems are found with the demo installation.
Sounds sane. Would I be able to get access to PSF infrastructure to get
started on that, or do you want me to get started on my own box? I'll
probably do the conversion on my own box, but for authn/authz it might
be useful to be able to use PSF infra.
> I would personally remove all non-mercurial stuff out of PEP 374,
> and retitle it, but that would be your choice.
Moving the current content to a wiki page like you suggest later in this
thread sounds like a good idea.
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