|Re: [rt-pmc] Gemini Subprojects|
In my opinion we should be able to have releases that are not directly tied to ACL groups. I fail to see why the two must be directly related. But perhaps I am missing something.
Glyn Normington ---04/27/2012 05:21:53 AM---At the last RT PMC call there was discussion of Gemini's subproject structure. Recently, one of the subprojects temporarily had
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04/27/2012 05:21 AM
[rt-pmc] Gemini Subprojects
At the last RT PMC call there was discussion of Gemini's subproject structure. Recently, one of the subprojects temporarily had no committers and the thought was expressed on the call that this could perhaps be avoided in future by amalgamating the Gemini subproject committers into a single ACL. Presumably this would require amalgamating the subprojects into one.
I spoke to Mike Keith about this and it seems that it is necessary to keep the subproject structure so that individual subprojects can be released independently of each other (which is essential). For example, the subproject structure enables IP logs to be managed and approved separately.
So is the conclusion that we can't amalgamate the ACLs without losing the ability to release subprojects independently of each other?
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