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  • Udi Dahan
    Hello everyone, I wanted to let you know of a change we ve made to the source control for NServiceBus. For the past 3-4 years, the NServiceBus source has been
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 14, 2010

      Hello everyone,

       

      I wanted to let you know of a change we've made to the source control for NServiceBus.

      For the past 3-4 years, the NServiceBus source has been on SVN hosted by SourceForge.

      Recently, we've migrated the main line of development (the trunk/master to be released as version 3.0) to Git hosted on GitHub here:

       

      https://github.com/NServiceBus/NServiceBus

       

      Part of the reason for the move was to improve the productivity of the committers on the project.

      Another significant reason was the facilitation of community collaboration on the project.

       

      In short, for *you* to submit patches, improvements, and bug fixes.

      As the number of underlying technological adapters increases (with things like Azure, FTP, and WebSphere), we want you to be able to leverage your expertise in those technologies to get the features you want into the platform faster.

       

      For those of you who have been downloading the official binary releases, this will have no impact on you, beyond possibly getting version 3.0 with even more features and even better stability than before.

       

      I'd be more than happy to hear your thoughts on this move, both positive and negative.

      If we're doing something wrong, complain! If we're doing something right, give us some kudos.

       

      All the best,

       

      --

      Udi Dahan - The Software Simplist

      Enterprise Development Expert & SOA Specialist

       

      email@...      http://www.UdiDahan.com

       

    • Johannes Gustafsson
      I have already forked it, so I think it s great :-). I had some local changes in the buildfile to more fit our needs. Now I can save those in my own fork which
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 15, 2010
        I have already forked it, so I think it's great :-). I had some local changes in the buildfile to more fit our needs. Now I can save those in my own fork which is much safer than only have it local on disk.

        Regards,
        Johannes

        2010/11/15 Udi Dahan <thesoftwaresimplist@...>
         

        Hello everyone,

         

        I wanted to let you know of a change we've made to the source control for NServiceBus.

        For the past 3-4 years, the NServiceBus source has been on SVN hosted by SourceForge.

        Recently, we've migrated the main line of development (the trunk/master to be released as version 3.0) to Git hosted on GitHub here:

         

        https://github.com/NServiceBus/NServiceBus

         

        Part of the reason for the move was to improve the productivity of the committers on the project.

        Another significant reason was the facilitation of community collaboration on the project.

         

        In short, for *you* to submit patches, improvements, and bug fixes.

        As the number of underlying technological adapters increases (with things like Azure, FTP, and WebSphere), we want you to be able to leverage your expertise in those technologies to get the features you want into the platform faster.

         

        For those of you who have been downloading the official binary releases, this will have no impact on you, beyond possibly getting version 3.0 with even more features and even better stability than before.

         

        I'd be more than happy to hear your thoughts on this move, both positive and negative.

        If we're doing something wrong, complain! If we're doing something right, give us some kudos.

         

        All the best,

         

        --

        Udi Dahan - The Software Simplist

        Enterprise Development Expert & SOA Specialist

         

        email@...      http://www.UdiDahan.com

         


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