Subject: Re: [ublas] Request for allowing access to uBLAS git
From: David Bellot (david.bellot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-05-14 04:52:05
regarding regular patches, I'm the only one with a write access to the
official uBlas repository as I need to keep things coherent for official
releases. Boost.uBLAS is used everywhere in the world and it's my
responsibility to keep things clean as much as possible.
So the common and best practive is to post your patch on the mailing-list
so that people can make their own branch and test it and comment on it.
It's the common practice.
We're thinking about an open-ended git repository where authorized people
could upload their patch too and the rest of us could download them through
the normal git process. I'll keep you updated on that. Currently we have
several git repositories on github, sourceforge and the Trac system at
Boost. I'm merging everything. We also have a lot of places with
documentations and FAQs and we will merge that into the main documentation
I encourage any people interested in contributing to ublas to contact me
either directly or on the ublas mailing-list. Well if you're reading this
email, you've already subscribed to the mailing list.
On Mon, May 13, 2013 at 10:10 AM, Aditya Avinash <adityaavinash143_at_[hidden]
> Hi, i have used OOPS and SSE for uBLAS. Take a look at my git account .
> I have been busy past week (journey and studies). I'll work regularly from
> now. Give me a pipeline to follow so that i can develop uBLAS with SSE in a
> systematic manner. Awaiting your reply.
> . https://github.com/adityaavinash/Boost.uBLAS/tree/master/SSE-2
> Atluri Aditya Avinash,