2010 the year for package builds? [was Re: Is it time to start regression testing yet?]
jim at geekdaily.org
Tue Jan 5 09:45:09 PST 2010
On 1/3/10 11:57 PM, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote:
> On Jan 3, 2010, at 3:45 AM, C. Florian Ebeling wrote:
>> If somebody wanted to work on Portmill I offer my help with getting
>> started, and answer questions possibly coming up. It is all still on
>> my github account, but I haven't touched it in the last half a year.
>> Sorry to give this probably disappointing answer.
> Hey, that's life - things change! Thanks for being honest about it, in any case, since I think that leaves the door open for any volunteer(s) who still want to see package building / regression testing sometime in the future. Anyone out there interested? The Mayans supposedly predicted that the world is going to end in 2012, so there isn't a lot of time left... ;-)
I've looked at this a couple of times. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to
get CouchDB and the will_paginate gem to play nice (which Florian was
obviously able to do =) and have never had time to chase that down
fully. I keep thinking "this must be really simple" which prevents me
from flipping it back to ActiveRecord and making it go.
Florian, if you've a thought on this, please chime in. Otherwise, I'm
likely to just put AR back in place in the name of keeping this moving.
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