[squeak-dev] Please keep a clean and dense history (was: The Trunk: Collections-dtl.802.mcz)
hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Tue Jul 17 05:55:27 UTC 2018
could you please add them to
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People will otherwise not find them easily.
On 7/16/18, Chris Muller <asqueaker at gmail.com> wrote:
> I moved this and Collections-kks.801 to The Treated Inbox. You may
> wish to "flush cached versions" on the menu of the Monticello
> repository list. No further action should be required unless you plan
> to submit a new version of Collections, in which case, you'll know
> what to do.
> I prefer a clean and dense history of chunky changes, but I also
> understand the appeal of spasmodic rapid-fire micro-commits prevalent
> in git culture. But as the primary developer, maintainer and support
> contact for source.squeak.org, I respectfully request the community to
> remember and respect the current unscalable nature of our Monticello
> model. There are several ideas for fixing it, but as its a crucial
> part of our infrastructure, upgrades require careful, concerted and
> coordinated effort that no one currently has time for.
> Looking forward, please consider some guidelines for Trunk submissions:
> - Live with the code for a few days first.
> - Consider sharing it via the Inbox for extra review eyes.
> - When saving the MCZ version, arrow through every single change
> and review it.
> - When saving the MCZ version, describe why the change is being
> made rather than what.
> - When saving the MCZ version the use the description to explain
> why the change is being made rather than what.
> - When saving the MCZ version, remember to consider all the other
> "objects" of the MCZ besides just the code and description,
> specifically, there are the pre and post scripts, as well as the MCZ
> - Consider batching up trivial improvements (i.e., a fixed
> misspelling of a comment) together and/or piggy-backed with other
> non-trvial change within that same package.
> This is our collective creation, our names are on it. I hope y'all
> share my pride about the great system we've built.
> On Sat, Jul 14, 2018 at 12:05 PM, <commits at source.squeak.org> wrote:
>> David T. Lewis uploaded a new version of Collections to project The Trunk:
>> ==================== Summary ====================
>> Name: Collections-dtl.802
>> Author: dtl
>> Time: 14 July 2018, 1:05:13.618064 pm
>> UUID: 0dc423d0-032d-4f0c-8b93-97f32605c1ea
>> Ancestors: Collections-ul.800
>> Bypass Collections.kks.801.mcz for now because it leads to a problem
>> opening the help browser.
>> =============== Diff against Collections-ul.800 ===============
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