On Friday, August 8, 2014 9:57 PM, Karthik Kambatla <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I have put together this proposal based on recent discussion on this topic.
Please vote on the proposal. The vote runs for 7 days.
1. Migrate from subversion to git for version control.
2. Force-push to be disabled on trunk and branch-* branches. Applying
changes from any of trunk/branch-* to any of
branch-* should be through
"git cherry-pick -x".
3. Force-push on feature-branches is allowed. Before pulling in a
feature, the feature-branch should be rebased on latest trunk and the
changes applied to trunk through "git rebase --onto" or "git cherry-pick
4. Every time a feature branch is rebased on trunk, a tag that
identifies the state before the rebase needs to be created (e.g.
tag_feature_JIRA-2454_2014-08-07_rebase). These tags can be deleted once
the feature is pulled into trunk and the tags are no longer useful.
5. The relevance/use of tags stay the same after the migration.
PS: Per Andrew Wang, this should be a "Adoption of New Codebase" kind of
vote and will be Lazy 2/3 majority of PMC members.