[CentOS-devel] github mirrors and subgroups

Fri Apr 25 21:23:56 UTC 2014
Karsten Wade <kwade at redhat.com>

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On 04/25/2014 02:58 AM, Karanbir Singh wrote:
> On 04/25/2014 03:14 AM, Karsten Wade wrote:
>> In that scenario, we accept the huge listing at github.com/centos
>> and point people at the organized centos.github.com page
>> instead.
> would'nt git.centos.org meet this requirement ? it can group by
> teams, by subdir or by tags for individual repos ( allowing users
> to setup their own 'views' as it were ).
> Also, a static pageset will need some level of automation to keep
> it in sync with the repo states, the git.c.o interface works on the
> git repos themselves, so as long as its got the github url as an
> alternate source, it should remain in sync ( but obviously, cant
> pupp metadata from github, so stuff like pending merge-requests etc
> will still be only on github )

OK, then it sounds like going with separate organizations for each SIG
e.g. CentOS-Virt-SIG, CentOS-Storage-SIG, etc.? That lets the SIGs run
their own group independently, raising people to full contributor
status through usual merit channels, and keeps things channelized nicely.

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