I like that idea; should have thought of it myself! I’ll take care of it.
On Mar 2, 2019, at 12:15 AM, Rainer Hoerbe <rainer
at hoerbe.at> wrote:
Wouldn’t it be good enough to to have links to a common repo the wiki and README of each
> Am 2019-03-01 um 19:05 schrieb Heather Flanagan <hlflanagan at
<mailto:hlflanagan at sphericalcowgroup.com>>:
>> On Mar 1, 2019, at 9:46 AM, Ivan Kanakarakis <ivan.kanak at gmail.com
<mailto:ivan.kanak at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> On Fri, 1 Mar 2019 at 19:36, Heather Flanagan
>> <hlflanagan at sphericalcowgroup.com
>>> Hola a todos!
>>> I’ve added a brief wiki page to the SATOSA, pySAML2, and pyXMLSecurity
repositories about branching and versioning. The text for each is as follows:
>>> The idpy projects (including this one) are maintained by a few core
maintainers and a larger number of community volunteers. The core maintainers focus
entirely on the master branch, developing and evolving the code there. The community
volunteers maintain the point-in-time minor and patch releases.
>>> For every major release, the core maintainers will create a branch. All work
on that branch, including bug fixes and minor enhancements from both the volunteers and
the core maintainers, will be coordinated and maintained by the community volunteers.
>>> If you would like to be a community volunteer with the appropriate
permissions to control a branch, please contact us at discuss at idpy.org
<mailto:discuss at idpy.org>.
>> I think this is good as a basis to expand upon. We can certainly
>> explain more what we mean by a community volunteer and how this will
>> work (probably craft a sketch like the one we had on the whiteboard).
> I am happy to have someone to volunteer to create a diagram! :-)
>>> Should we add this to any other repository? pyFF? pyOP?
>> This will be common for all projects under IdPy. I think it is a bit
>> cumbersome to have it replicated on all repositories. Maybe we can
>> have it as part of the governance repo (and later on the website) and
>> have any other projects point there. What do you think?
> I’m not a fan of having it replicated in every repository, but I don’t see a better
way to get it in front of the people that need to see it. There is no top level wiki for
everything in that organizational repository.
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