[development] sandboxing releases

Bèr Kessels ber at webschuur.com
Mon Feb 26 17:07:07 UTC 2007

Op maandag 26 februari 2007 16:26, schreef Michael Favia:
> The cvs folder names are a bit ambigious to say the least. The project
> nodes really help outline the functionality and differentiation from the
> other modules. 

People who know how to do CVS checkouts, also know how to search 
(grep/spotight/locate/beagle etc) them. IMO 'the people who may need it, will 
know where to find it'.

> Would it be possible to make some sort of development
> only project node? In my eyes this is a project node with only the
> "HEAD" branch and maybe these could be filtered from the project list on
> d.o unless specifically  unfiltered. 

It is already possible to create project nodes, with no releases. Even with 
the issues siwtched off. Or with only nighly snapshot releases. Or any 
So I would say that the contribs are safe enough to stick your work with 
a 'discovery node' attached to it.


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