Is there a Git Repositories for Unaccept Patches or (work in Progress)?

James Hawkins truiken at
Mon Feb 11 00:02:22 CST 2008

On Feb 10, 2008 11:57 PM, Steven Edwards <winehacker at> wrote:
> On Feb 11, 2008 12:52 AM, Steven Edwards <winehacker at> wrote:
> > Let me put it another way. Having worked on multiple maintainer
> > projects with public write access repositories and a single maintainer
> > repo like Wine I know the up and down side of both methods, but it
> > will be a cold day in hell before I waste my time trying to do any
> > sort of major infrastructure work over bugzilla with plain diffs. Gits
> > design is supposed to remove the need for such development practices.
> > Its already in CVS in darwine but that does not make for easy merging
> > so I fail to see how bugzilla + diff's is supposed to be a more
> > effective development method.
> Sorry I didn't mean for that to sound quite so rude. Having invested a
> good bit of time in trying to understand git, I think I git it now so
> to speak and not having a public repo where there can be really
> collaborative development seems to be a step back to me. Not that
> bugzilla + diff's is bad. Its great for minor enhancements and small
> patches that are not ready to go in but for major new developments
> requiring multiple eye balls, a shared repository is the only sane way
> to go.

This sparked a memory of the discussion about having a -devel and a
-stable branch after we release 1.0.

James Hawkins

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