[humanities-dev] Pushing textus prototype publicly

Tom Oinn tom.oinn at okfn.org
Thu Mar 15 21:55:55 UTC 2012

On 15 March 2012 21:52, Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock at okfn.org> wrote:
> On 15 March 2012 21:44, Tom Oinn <tom.oinn at okfn.org> wrote:
>> Hi Rufus,
>> I've been pushing to my public fork for a while now, there's not a lot
>> to see though at the moment, mostly just bits of testing code to make
>> sure I can sensibly integrate all the various bits of technology. I
>> aim to have it cleaned up and more generally interesting soon[tm].
>> https://github.com/tomoinn/textus
>> What's the best way to submit pull requests to the main project repo?
>> I guess at the moment it's just me working on it so I'm planning to
>> only do so when it's in a sane state for someone else to run and prod
>> at.
> TBH as the main dev you can probably just to a simple 'push' rather
> than submtting a pull request but if you want to be extra thorough you
> can submit a pull request.

Fair point, I'll probably submit and approve the request, just seems
more like the github way! Also  means I'm always pushing to my fork
and won't forget to do so, otherwise I can guarantee I will and I'll
get myself tied in version-related knots.

> BTW: would it be worth starting to use the github issues to "task" up
> bits of work [1]. I find it surprisingly useful, and it would also
> allow for useful comments from others where relevant ...

Yup, it's at the point now where that makes sense, I'll start populating it.

Tom Oinn
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