Q about a (new) portgroup file

Eric F (iEFdev) eric at iefdev.se
Sun Jan 27 11:35:39 UTC 2019


While waiting on a PR and a ticket, I spent the weekend looking at file I once
started with.

// From an earlier convo (w Ryan):
>>>> … since github.setup sets it for you;
>>> An off-topic question about github.setup… There's no gitlab.setup?
>>> Or can it be used by manually specifying some variables? Their API's are almost identical.
>>> Haven't seen any port using Gitlab, but it would be great if one could.
>> I don't think anybody has worked on a gitlab portgroup. I'm sure there are several ports already for software that's hosted
at gitlab. Having such a portgroup is probably a good idea.
> I started once making a version of the github-1.0.tcl. I think I came half way, and then there was the downloads links/API that
differed a bit. I can put it up somewhere if someone wants to help me out on it.

So, I'd like to ask… Where to put it?

Since there prob are things to tweak/change (incl rm'ing my file comments), and
needs some more work, I assume it's not up for a PR submission? Should I make a
ticket of it and add my files? or do you have some sort of “portgroup working
group” that one should send it to?

· Eric
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