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Projects in KDE Review for more than two weeks

Hi all,

The following projects have been in KDE Review for more than 2 weeks.
For those projects which have passed review, please reply indicating
the final module they need to be moved to. Those modules whose review
failed, or whom do not reply need to be moved back to playground.

The projects in review for more than two weeks:
Control Flow Graph
libkface
libkmap
libtagaro
Nepomuk System Tray
libmediawiki

Those people in CC are the people marked as KDE Project Managers for
one or more of the projects. Please respond.

Regards,
Ben Cooksley

Comments

Re: Projects in KDE Review for more than two weeks

By Stefan Majewsky at 05/12/2011 - 10:05

On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 10:44 AM, Ben Cooksley < ... at kde dot org> wrote:
Can be moved back to playground/games for now. Has been postponed to
4.8 cycle (discussion on kde-games-devel).

Greetings
Stefan

Re: Projects in KDE Review for more than two weeks

By Ben Cooksley at 05/12/2011 - 10:09

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 2:05 AM, Stefan Majewsky
<stefan. ... at googlemail dot com> wrote:
Moved back to playground/games as requested.
Thanks for responding.

Regards,
Ben

Re: Projects in KDE Review for more than two weeks

By Gilles Caulier at 05/12/2011 - 04:58

Hi Ben,

libkface, libkmap and libmediawiki need to be move into extragear/libs
component. All are used by digiKam and kipi-plugins for the moment. we
have already discuted about this move in the past (we cannot find a
right way to move this libs in an official KDE component as
kdegraphics.

So extragear/libs is fine for the moment. next move can be done later
in another place if necessary.

Q: how do you perform a move from a KDE component as kdereview to
extragear/libs WITHOUT to lost git commit history ? In the past, a
simple svn mv been enough. With git it's impossible to do... Do you
use git export/import feature ? If yes, it sound a complex task to do,
to simply move code around global git KDE repository. Can you post
here the command line to use, just to learn this stuff. Thanks in
advance...

Gilles Caulier

2011/5/12 Ben Cooksley < ... at kde dot org>: