[vtk-developers] github mirror
kmorel at sandia.gov
Fri Apr 30 12:14:25 EDT 2010
Maybe this is a stupid question, but what is the point of having a mirror on the github or gitorious sites? Since the move, I have still been pushing to my personal repositories on github. I simply pull from Kitware's repository and then push to a repository that I create on github. What difference does it make if the original clone came from Kitware or github?
On 4/30/10 8:15 AM, "Mark Olesen" <Mark.Olesen at faurecia.com> wrote:
On Fri, 2010-04-30 at 11:00 -0400, Brad King wrote:
> Mark Olesen wrote:
> > I noticed that there is a github mirror of VTK that is periodically
> > updated. Would it be possible to also add a github mirror of ParaView
> > too?
> We used to have one of each for the CVS->Git *tracking* repositories.
> As mentioned in the transition plan thread, we purposely deleted them
> to avoid confusion during the initial transition.
> Now that it's been almost two work weeks I think we can restore them.
> I've set up robot mirrors:
> These mirrors do not support merge requests because we prefer to
> have discussion on the mailing lists.
Excellent - now Hua can also merge in these bits in his paraview
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