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Re: New OCA repository to suggest

Daniel Reis
- 09/20/2014 10:49:39
A couple of comments:

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 - Modules are collected in the "scope" OCA repositories as submodules.
"the submodule support just stores the submodule repository location and commit ID".
This means than OCA repos would need a OCB-like sync script with upstream changes.

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Basically the OCA repositories act only as a "collection" of modules (and stable commits) but all the development happens on the author repositories, which should be cleaner (in addition to all the points highlighted by Leonardo Pistone I would add: no mixed issues and pull requests!)
OCA repositories are trustable because they are "guarded" by maintainers: no changes are made without a review process.
Having a repo on the author's repository defeats these benefits.