GitMinutes #43: Johannes Schindelin on Contributing to Git GitMinutes

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If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element. Use the link below to download the mp3 manually. Link to mp3 Listen to the episode on YouTube In this episode we talk to Git contributor and maintainer of Git for Windows, Johannes Schindelin. He has a lot of thoughts and ideas on development, community and code reviews, especially in open source and especially in the development of Git itself. We talk to Johannes about the difficulties of contributing to Git itself, and tools that could make the experience more user friendly, like for example public-inbox, which is both a mailing list archive and a Git repository. Johannes on Twitter, GitHub Git for Windows "The End of Gmane?" by its maintainer, Lars Ingebrigtsen Git mailing list archives on public-inbox.org Outline: 00:00:00 Intro  00:00:46 Hello Johannes  00:01:01 What was the most interesting discussion at the dev summit?  00:02:44 How does the mailing list for Git really work  00:03:34 What is Public Inbox?  00:08:14 How can patches be aligned with public inbox topics?  00:14:34 Let's talk about the What's Cooking email  00:20:22 What about tracking patch series that get rewritten?  00:22:05 Gerrit solves this with a change-id, can we do that for the Git mailing list?  00:23:43 What would happen if we allowed HTML mails onto the mailing list?  00:26:54 Should the review take place locally or online?  00:28:09 If we had this standard format for doing reviews, how could we use it otherwise?  00:29:22 How can we make this happen?  00:30:43 Anything else you want to share from the conference?  00:33:03 Outro

If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element. Use the link below to download the mp3 manually. Link to mp3 Listen to the episode on YouTube In this episode we talk to Git contributor and maintainer of Git for Windows, Johannes Schindelin. He has a lot of thoughts and ideas on development, community and code reviews, especially in open source and especially in the development of Git itself. We talk to Johannes about the difficulties of contributing to Git itself, and tools that could make the experience more user friendly, like for example public-inbox, which is both a mailing list archive and a Git repository. Johannes on Twitter, GitHub Git for Windows "The End of Gmane?" by its maintainer, Lars Ingebrigtsen Git mailing list archives on public-inbox.org Outline: 00:00:00 Intro  00:00:46 Hello Johannes  00:01:01 What was the most interesting discussion at the dev summit?  00:02:44 How does the mailing list for Git really work  00:03:34 What is Public Inbox?  00:08:14 How can patches be aligned with public inbox topics?  00:14:34 Let's talk about the What's Cooking email  00:20:22 What about tracking patch series that get rewritten?  00:22:05 Gerrit solves this with a change-id, can we do that for the Git mailing list?  00:23:43 What would happen if we allowed HTML mails onto the mailing list?  00:26:54 Should the review take place locally or online?  00:28:09 If we had this standard format for doing reviews, how could we use it otherwise?  00:29:22 How can we make this happen?  00:30:43 Anything else you want to share from the conference?  00:33:03 Outro

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