I'm wondering how we should handle the GSoC projects now. They both give
us their patches, and in both of them, they are quite some work to do.
I didn't do a lot of work on Adeel's one, but there is at least a lot of
work to do to compile his project on Linux.
I worked a lot more on Luis's one. It builds on Windows and Linux. I
didn't find time to check on Mac OS X yet, but it shouldn't be a
problem. Anyway, there are also lots of work remaining, more on the UI
part. Luis has done a lot of work to make it better today, but I think
there's still work to do.
So, my basic question is: how do we handle this?
I know Luis is interested to continue to work on his project. I don't
know for Adeel. Anyway, perhaps a good way to do this is to create two
dev branches on the pgadmin repo, one for each GSoC project. But I
wonder what we should do with the branches once they'll get merged on
the master branch.
If you have better ideas, I welcome them :)
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