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Repository idea

Neostek
Hi all,
every time I use Gazebo I have this idea and this is the right time to explain it: create a repository for gazebo where every user could commit and get libraries from that. My idea is to load the last "stable" Gazebo version (0.9)[or the 1.0 but we had some installation problems] on a svn repository where everyone could commit. In this way Gazebo could grow up. Obviously every user has to comment every code he/she develop.

For istance, IMU doesn't work on that Gazebo version and I know that at least 4 people are working on it. If all people have access to others' code, the development would be surely faster (this is the svn powerfull).
I hope this idea could help.

Best,

Marco
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Re: Re pository idea

Nate Koenig
Hello,

Giving general commit access to a project is not a great idea. Some
controls and organization is necessary to prevent code duplication,
bad code, etc.

There is a system in place to submit patches to Gazebo. If you are a
regular contributor than we can give you commit access.

Thanks for the suggestion,

-nate

On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 8:23 AM, Neostek <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hi all,
> every time I use Gazebo I have this idea and this is the right time to
> explain it: create a repository for gazebo where every user could commit and
> get libraries from that. My idea is to load the last "stable" Gazebo version
> (0.9)[or the 1.0 but we had some installation problems] on a svn repository
> where everyone could commit. In this way Gazebo could grow up. Obviously
> every user has to comment every code he/she develop.
>
> For istance, IMU doesn't work on that Gazebo version and I know that at
> least 4 people are working on it. If all people have access to others' code,
> the development would be surely faster (this is the svn powerfull).
> I hope this idea could help.
>
> Best,
>
> Marco
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