OpenWrt / LEDE merge: draft announcement of common code repository
john at phrozen.org
Fri May 5 12:57:36 EDT 2017
On 05/05/17 18:11, Hauke Mehrtens wrote:
> In the last poll the majority decides for a re-merge.  To bring
> this a little bit further I would like to see this announcement on the
> openwrt.org front page which would inform users that the code
> repository moved to the LEDE project. This is based on the topics, I
> think we all agreed on, but if I did something wrong, or you think we
> decided somehow differently please correct me. My intention is to get
> users, that are not following the project very closely informed about
> the situation.
> : http://lists.infradead.org/pipermail/lede-adm/2017-March/000436.html
I am in the midst of preparing a proposal for the action items to be
completed for the remerge. Had a long chat with imre and felix this week
that latest several hours and the proposal is a result of this call.
I'll post the info early next week. It addresses all the details and my
hope is that we can use it as a basis for getting the remerge wrapped up
asap. If you dont mind, please dont post any announcements until after
> Subject: OpenWrt and LEDE project merge update and code repository move
> The OpenWrt and the LEDE Project want to re-merge again. The official
> successor of the OpenWrt Chaos Calmer 15.05 release is the LEDE 17.01
> release (link to https://lede-project.org/releases/17.01/start).
> The OpenWrt subversion (svn) and the OpenWrt git repositories are
> deprecated now and will not be maintained any more. All contributors
> should switch to the code hosted by the LEDE project which is based on
> the OpenWrt trunk source code with lots of additional improvements. To
> contribute code to the LEDE project please follow the LEDE submitting
> patches guide (link to https://lede-project.org/submitting-patches).
> The OpenWrt package feed at github is also used by the LEDE project,
> no change there.
> To increase the likelihood of getting support on the mailing lists,
> please add lede-dev at lists.infradead.org (LEDE development mailing
> list) in addition, when writing to the OpenWrt mailing lists.
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