[OpenWrt-Devel] Talks between OpenWrt and LEDE

Fernando Frediani fhfrediani at gmail.com
Wed Dec 21 13:32:07 EST 2016

Great achievement. Congratulations to all involved.

On the naming topic have in mind the weight OpenWRT has given its history
in all these years. I personally think this point is the easiest.

Given the agreements continue hopefully there will be a single one great
project again soon with all benefits LEDE has brought in terms of
flexibility, agility and transparency to all contributors.

Fernando Frediani

On 21 December 2016 at 16:06, Hauke Mehrtens <hauke at hauke-m.de> wrote:

> We had multiple meetings to find a solution to solve the problems
> between the OpenWrt and the LEDE project and to discuss a possible
> merge. Everyone with commit access to LEDE and all OpenWrt core
> developers were invited to these meetings. We had productive and
> friendly discussions about the problems and our goals.
> To be more open and to involve the wider community in these discussions
> we would like to publish the meeting minutes from the meetings.
> The first in person meeting took place in Berlin at the OpenWrt Summit
> on 13. October 2016, but no one took any minutes so we do not have
> anything to publish.
> The second meeting was an audio conference on 5. November 2016 and
> Florian took minutes which are attached to this mail.
> At the third audio conference meeting on 3. December 2016 Jow took
> minutes which are also attached to this mail.
> The last meeting took place on 19. December 2016.
> These minutes are representing the current state of the discussions and
> are not PR polished.
> We agreed on giving Imre, Zoltan and Luka commit access to the LEDE
> repository so they can migrate changes they care about and which are not
> in LEDE, from the OpenWrt repository to the LEDE repository. We also
> encouraging everyone who sent a patch, which got merged into OpenWrt and
> which is not in LEDE to send it also to LEDE for integration.
> It is still not decided that both project will finally merge and we
> haven't decided on the name to use, which parts of the infrastructure
> and many other things. In general we are agreeing on many parts and I am
> looking forward to a good merged ending for all of us.
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