Maintaining My Own Cgit Tree

Ferry Huberts mailings at
Tue Oct 9 13:15:46 CEST 2012

On 27-09-12 03:39, Jason A. Donenfeld wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I haven't heard from Lars for almost 7 months now. I've contributed
> chunks of code to cgit in the past, and I continue to improve it now,
> but with no one to send patches to, I've just been maintaining my own
> tree, with features such as better support for the latest gitolite,
> among other fixes.
> Until Lars appears on the scene again, I'm happy to aggregate a
> patches from everyone in my tree, and then when he reemerges from
> wherever he is, he'll have a nice unified place to start merging what
> we've been up to during his absence.
> If others like this plan, by all means resend to this thread the
> patches and enhancements you've been working on.
> You can see what I've added myself at:
> Thanks,
> Jason Donenfeld

There was talk of forking cgit before and then Lars showed up again.

I dislike forking very much, but since Lars has been MIA for so long, I 
think it's for the best.

So I applaud you for taking on the maintainer role ;-)

I just sent out my pending patches again, rebased on your master.


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