On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 10:38:24AM -0500, Michael Semcheski wrote:
On Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 1:21 PM, Toshio Kuratomi
>> So how much of infrastructure is still using TG-1.0.x and how much
>> work will it be to move to TG2 since that may sooner or later be our
>> only alternative.
> bodhi, mirrormanager, packagedb, elections, fas, smolt -- everything that's
> written in TG except fedoracommunity is TG1.
I wonder if TG2 is the best target - will that just be punting the
problem down a few years?
You are correct that its porting to something that we'll later have to port
again. However, one thing I've found in open source is that there are no
platforms where you can write something and never have to port again.
So, for me, it's a question of how long we'll be able to remain on TG2
before we have to port again. If we can get three years out of it, that
would be acceptable, I think. If we can get five years that would be
Maybe pyramid + sqlalchemy + [genshi | mako] is a better target.
not sure if that's what TurboGears2 actually is, or will be.
But it seems like there's a bit of upheaval going on with pylons and
pyramid. Maybe that should shake out a little?
That's basically what TurboGears 3 will be. But my understanding is both
pyramid and TG3 are still figuring out what they're going to look like in
the next year.
Either way, I've written a bit of TurboGears and CherryPy apps,
I'd like to help with the transition.
That would be great! If you use IRC, I'm abadger1999 on irc.freenode.net
I'll get you started porting elections to TG2 and get you sponsored into
whatever groups are necessary.