[pmwiki-users] Proposed change to pmwiki.php: Markup_e

michael paulukonis xraysmalevich at gmail.com
Tue Feb 11 09:30:59 CST 2014

After an initial experience where I could not figure out git, I've been
using it for the past year far more than any other source control system. I
use BitBucket for private repos, and GitHub for public. The ease of use has
gotten me to dump just about everything in there, and even finally do some
proper branching for changes.

While GitHub is "in-the-cloud" and not your own data (and thus close to the
devil incarnate, if you ask RMS), it works just fine for me. Some people
like Gitorious. Savannah no longer accepts non-GNU projects, it seems.

-Michael Paulukonis
<http://goog_2112721603>Interference Patterns (a
@XraysMonaLisa <https://twitter.com/XraysMonaLisa>

Sent from somewhere in the Cloud
(hearthrug, by the fender)

On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 10:17 AM, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com>wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 10:00:14AM -0500, michael paulukonis wrote:
> > How can one contribute to the code? I'm not finding it quickly on the
> wiki
> > [...]
> > The SVN page only discusses how to pull  the code, not to offer changes:
> > http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/Subversion
> For a while I've been toying with the idea of moving PmWiki's
> source to GitHub.  It's not as simple as just converting the
> subversion repository to git, though -- we have a lot of
> packaging and build tools that rely on Subversion, and those
> would also need converting.
> Any opinions from the crowd on moving to git/GitHub?
> (There's also a tags problem in PmWiki's subversion history
> left over from the days of using CVS, and last time I did a test
> git conversion all of that had to be manually managed and
> was Not Fun.)
> Pm
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