daniel.bell at saraclan.com
Sun Mar 14 21:21:02 GMT 2010
Instead of coding directly into a etherpad instance or saving our work into
an etherpad instance, how about we use Bzr and launchpad, and use IRC and
etherpad as a way of communicating. This way we can work on our own branches
of the code (a good advantage of the distributed version control) and use
the code-review and merge tools within launchpad to merge our changes into
On 14 March 2010 21:14, Thomas Ibbotson <thomas.ibbotson at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 14 March 2010 20:15, Alan Pope <alan at popey.com> wrote:
> > Consider using our Etherpad instance instead of gobby. It's browser
> > based and as such requires no software install. It's also cooler ;)
> > http://pad.ubuntu-uk.org/
> > If you visit that page you'll get an automagically generated new
> > document, just share the URL with people and you're off and running.
> > If you want a friendly-named pad then add the page name on the end like
> > http://pad.ubuntu-uk.org/pyweek2010
> This page now exists. In terms of actually writing the code, I guess
> we could have pages like: pyweek2010_main, pyweek2010_library etc.
> given that we'll probably want more than one source file.
> > ..and it will prompt for new page creation. Then pass that URL around.
> As you suggested: http://pad.ubuntu-uk.org/pyweek2010
> > Massive thanks to Dave Walker for setting it up and maintaining it.
> Indeed :)
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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