Lior Kaplan <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Holger,
> Thanks for the ping about the Hebrew translation.
> I've asked my local community for help, and got a few replies with
> I started reviewing them, but got tired in the middle and annoyed about SVN
> and not able to select only the parts I find OK and willing to commit.
> Hence, I used git-svn and created a copy of the repository on github (yes, I
> know it's non free, but practical as a beginning):
> I've asked my community to resend the file as pull requests so it would be
> to review (also getting feedback by others).
> I hope this experiment goes well and will motivate us (@debian-boot) to
> to git.
> In the larger Debian picture, our git.debian.org doesn't get pull requests,
> and thus
> misses some of the power git offers. Patches over the mail is good, but we
> do better and get more people involved.
People seem to be more interested in web-based services, it seems, so
they can do their work in a simple webbrowser.