Subject: Re: [boost] Is boost.python dead?
From: Mikhail Matrosov (mikhail.matrosov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-03-26 10:30:22
Agree, GitHub is a great tool and it will do nicely for this task. And yes,
I understand migrating such a big and distributed project is a very tedious
process. Thanks for clarifications and for sharing your opinion.
Well, good luck, and hope to see new activity in boost.python soon.
Best regards, Mikhail Matrosov
2015-03-26 17:21 GMT+03:00 Stefan Seefeld <stefan_at_[hidden]>:
> On 26/03/15 09:47 AM, Mikhail Matrosov wrote:
> > Stefan,
> > Thank you! Hope you will get back soon!
> > Would you please explain, what is the right way to say that this
> > bug is fixed in this particular pull request? When I tried to attach a
> > to the pull request on GitHub to my comment in trac, it was rejected:
> > cannot post web links.
> I honestly don't know. (I suspect the rejection of web links is a
> deliberate attempt to contain spam.)
> For quite a while I have been only observing Boost development, and its
> slow and seemingly never-ending attempts to migrate to other tools and
> processes. Personally I would be happy to entirely move to github for
> boost.python development, including issue tracking, wiki, and website,
> just for simplicity's sake. But I'm sure there are many people around
> here with strong and diverging opinions, and I don't want to get sucked
> into such discussions.
> ...ich hab' noch einen Koffer in Berlin...
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