2012/2/8 Віталій Тимчишин <tivv00(at)gmail(dot)com>:
> 2012/2/8 Maciek Sakrejda <msakrejda(at)truviso(dot)com>
>> > How does a github pull request establish "evidence of intent" ? Please
>> > keep in mind this question is out of ignorance as I am not that
>> > familiar with github.
>> They're pretty nifty: https://github.com/blog/712-pull-requests-2-0 .
>> Although if a record of attribution is a serious concern, having these
>> under github's control is less than ideal. If this is the main
>> concern, perhaps there's a formal way for the project to archive
>> github pull requests (maybe the github API:
>> http://developer.github.com/v3/pulls/ ), but that's extra work and
>> somewhat more nebulous (as evidence) than a straight mailing list
> That's why I propose for github to send notifications to this list. This can
> be simply configurable and will be more or less much like before.
OK, I see the first pull request came to my gmail address. What has to
be done to get it to the list ?
I imagine we need to add the list as a user to the project ? Getting
github as a subscribed user to the list will be more difficult, but
Can someone elucidate the steps to get pull requests going to the list ?
Also it seems that post-receive hooks are designed to push data to a
website as opposed to simply emailing ??? Is there an easy way to get
email notifications ?
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