On Fri, Jun 02, 2017 at 08:15:59AM +0200, Fabian Affolter wrote:
> Hi all,
> A while ago I brought this topic up on IRC but I go pretty much ignored.
> Well, my frustration raised again to a certain level ;-)
I don't say that everything is fine, but the mailinglist/patchwork
workflow is just awesome. I never have to wait long for an answer and
everything rolls smooth. Probably the best experience I had in any
I maintain about 10 packages, that means I have urlwatch-cron-scripts
running for these packages, which will send me mails, when there is an
It seems like github is aside of the main development. I do all my
work: professional and personal on github. While it is great, I would
change to use the mailinglist/patchwork approach in a second. At
least for very active projects. Again I don't say don't do github, but
for the kind of workflow Alpine does, patchwork seems to fit better.
!! I also have to say I never used patchwork as a commiter, only a
I just wanted to say how happy I am, to add another piece of
information to this discussion.
Received on Tue Jun 06 2017 - 14:32:31 GMT