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From Gordon Sim <g...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: "Attic" area in svn; any ideas? (was Re: [VOTE] Stop publishing release artefacts for unmaintained components (was Re: 0.10 release update - RC1 and status))
Date Fri, 01 Apr 2011 13:53:57 GMT
On 04/01/2011 02:53 PM, Robert Godfrey wrote:
> On 1 April 2011 15:44, Andrew Stitcher<astitcher@redhat.com>  wrote:
>> On Fri, 2011-04-01 at 15:02 +0200, Robert Godfrey wrote:
>>> So my suggestion would probably be to have attic as a sibling to the
>> current
>>> trunk
>>> i.e. as
>>> http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/qpid/attic
>>> to move the current trunk versions of the retired modules there, along
>> with
>>> a README explaining what the attic is
>>> -- Rob
>> This could quickly devolve into a "bikeshed" discussion so I'll get some
>> thoughts in early before it does!
>> * If we are going to move these subdirectories out of the main source
>> controlled area we might as well just delete them, as for most people
>> that is what it'll look like and the whole point of source control is
>> that nothing is really lost and you can "go back in time" and recover
>> the artefacts anyway.
>> * Putting them outside the main trunk/branch/tag makes the code
>> invisible to the git mirror which an increasing number of us use.
>> Incidentally this wouldn't be an objection to creating self contained
>> new projects there as we'd get infrastructure to mirror those
>> separately.
>> * So I suggest just adding a sibling directory at the very top level of
>> trunk etc called obsolete and keep things in this for 1 release and
>> delete it.
>> -- So we'd end up with
>>    .../asf/qpid/trunk/qpid&
>>    .../asf/qpid/trunk/obsolete
> I think rather than doing that I would just remove the directories
> immediately.  There seems little point on leaving them under trunk if they
> are orphans and no-one is going to care for them... And the historic
> releases which include them are still available through svn's history (in
> particular under the tagged directories representing releases).
> There was some discussion previously about having an attic where things are
> "frozen" unless anyone wants to bring them in again.  I'm fairly relaxed
> about not having an attic and just deleting... but I don;t really see the
> point of moving them somewhere else in trunk and then deleting.

Yes, my preference would just be to delete them.

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