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Timothy Place-2
Hi all,

In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.

I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).

This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
    [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git 
is now:
    [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git 

It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.

best,
  Tim


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Does the organization  need to be set on each repository admin page ? I thought I would need to had the dependencies repository to jamoma but can not find where to set this. Nor can I find some info about this.

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:05, Timothy Place a écrit :

> Hi all,
>
> In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.
>
> I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).
>
> This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
>     [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git
> is now:
>     [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git
>
> It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.
>
> best,
>   Tim
>
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Timothy Place-2
What I did for the main Jamoma repositories was this: http://help.github.com/moving-a-repo/

I don't think it is urgent for the Dependencies to move, but it probably does make sense to do it sometime -- so whenever you feel like it...  :-)

best,
  Tim


On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 3:25 PM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Does the organization  need to be set on each repository admin page ? I thought I would need to had the dependencies repository to jamoma but can not find where to set this. Nor can I find some info about this.

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:05, Timothy Place a écrit :

> Hi all,
>
> In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.
>
> I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).
>
> This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
>     [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git
> is now:
>     [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git
>
> It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.
>
> best,
>   Tim
>
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Thanks Tim ! I could not find the info.

While not urgent, I guess the sooner the better since the more I wait, the more chances I have to forget about doing it. :-)

Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:35, Timothy Place a écrit :

What I did for the main Jamoma repositories was this: http://help.github.com/moving-a-repo/

I don't think it is urgent for the Dependencies to move, but it probably does make sense to do it sometime -- so whenever you feel like it...  :-)

best,
  Tim


On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 3:25 PM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Does the organization  need to be set on each repository admin page ? I thought I would need to had the dependencies repository to jamoma but can not find where to set this. Nor can I find some info about this.

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:05, Timothy Place a écrit :

> Hi all,
>
> In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.
>
> I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).
>
> This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
>     [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git
> is now:
>     [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git
>
> It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.
>
> best,
>   Tim
>
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Timothy Place
If you go to https://github.com/organizations/jamoma then you should be able to hunt around and find a way to make a new repository there called "JamomaDependencies".  Having done that you should be able to follow those nerdy terminal commands.

Or I can help more with it tomorrow if you like...

best,
  Tim



On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 3:42 PM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Tim ! I could not find the info.

While not urgent, I guess the sooner the better since the more I wait, the more chances I have to forget about doing it. :-)

Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:35, Timothy Place a écrit :

What I did for the main Jamoma repositories was this: http://help.github.com/moving-a-repo/

I don't think it is urgent for the Dependencies to move, but it probably does make sense to do it sometime -- so whenever you feel like it...  :-)

best,
  Tim


On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 3:25 PM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Does the organization  need to be set on each repository admin page ? I thought I would need to had the dependencies repository to jamoma but can not find where to set this. Nor can I find some info about this.

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:05, Timothy Place a écrit :

> Hi all,
>
> In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.
>
> I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).
>
> This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
>     [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git
> is now:
>     [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git
>
> It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.
>
> best,
>   Tim
>
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Timothy Place
Here are instructions for switching from the old repositories (in the 'tap' account) to the new repositories (in the 'jamoma' account).

First, make sure you are using a recent version of git.  To check your version, type "git --version".  Mine says:
    git version 1.7.2.1

The easy thing to do might be to check out everything fresh from the new URL ( [hidden email]:jamoma/Jamoma.git ).  

If you have local branches which are not pushed or other files floating around or otherwise don't feel like dealing with that, you can alter your existing repository to work.  As an example, on the main repository, you can run "git remote set-url origin [hidden email]:jamoma/Jamoma.git" and will update you to use the new URL.  Then repeat (changing the URL as appropriate) for each submodule.

I hope this helps and doesn't cause too much disturbance!

best,
  Tim


On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 3:49 PM, Timothy Place <[hidden email]> wrote:
If you go to https://github.com/organizations/jamoma then you should be able to hunt around and find a way to make a new repository there called "JamomaDependencies".  Having done that you should be able to follow those nerdy terminal commands.

Or I can help more with it tomorrow if you like...

best,
  Tim




On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 3:42 PM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Tim ! I could not find the info.

While not urgent, I guess the sooner the better since the more I wait, the more chances I have to forget about doing it. :-)

Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:35, Timothy Place a écrit :

What I did for the main Jamoma repositories was this: http://help.github.com/moving-a-repo/

I don't think it is urgent for the Dependencies to move, but it probably does make sense to do it sometime -- so whenever you feel like it...  :-)

best,
  Tim


On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 3:25 PM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Does the organization  need to be set on each repository admin page ? I thought I would need to had the dependencies repository to jamoma but can not find where to set this. Nor can I find some info about this.

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:05, Timothy Place a écrit :

> Hi all,
>
> In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.
>
> I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).
>
> This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
>     [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git
> is now:
>     [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git
>
> It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.
>
> best,
>   Tim
>
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Nils Peters
Hi,

I went through the redmine wiki and corrected the information about how
to check out Jamoma from git. I also corrected the URL in Diemo's great
"Pitfall for Developer" wiki page.

Further, all github service hooks to twitter are coming from the new
github Jamoma place.

The only thing that's missing is fixing the binding from github to redmine.
I guess this needs to be done by Trond ?


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Théo de la Hogue
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Hi Tim,

is it necessary to do the same for each support submodule ?
like the following command in each AudioGraph, Foundation, ... modules

git submodule set-url supports [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaSupport.git ?

Best,
TO

Le 9 sept. 10 à 22:57, Timothy Place a écrit :

git remote set-url origin [hidden email]:jamoma/Jamoma.git


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> Hi,
>
> I went through the redmine wiki and corrected the information about how to check out Jamoma from git. I also corrected the URL in Diemo's great "Pitfall for Developer" wiki page.
>
> Further, all github service hooks to twitter are coming from the new github Jamoma place.
>
> The only thing that's missing is fixing the binding from github to redmine.
> I guess this needs to be done by Trond ?

Thanks Nils and Tim for setting this up,

I'll take care of server stuff late next week. I am not convinced that server hooks are currently working, but that's another story. At least it will be way easier to check that out now that I can admin the repositories at GitHib.

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Hi Tim,

Just did follow these informations and did the move. I hope it worked without problem. However, didn't we move this repo because the main one was out of size limit ? Isn't this a problem ?

Ok, now I just need to redo the "Jamoma and Git" screencast which was 95% done... :-)

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:49, Timothy Place a écrit :

If you go to https://github.com/organizations/jamoma then you should be able to hunt around and find a way to make a new repository there called "JamomaDependencies".  Having done that you should be able to follow those nerdy terminal commands.

Or I can help more with it tomorrow if you like...

best,
  Tim



On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 3:42 PM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Tim ! I could not find the info.

While not urgent, I guess the sooner the better since the more I wait, the more chances I have to forget about doing it. :-)

Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:35, Timothy Place a écrit :

What I did for the main Jamoma repositories was this: http://help.github.com/moving-a-repo/

I don't think it is urgent for the Dependencies to move, but it probably does make sense to do it sometime -- so whenever you feel like it...  :-)

best,
  Tim


On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 3:25 PM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Does the organization  need to be set on each repository admin page ? I thought I would need to had the dependencies repository to jamoma but can not find where to set this. Nor can I find some info about this.

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:05, Timothy Place a écrit :

> Hi all,
>
> In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.
>
> I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).
>
> This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
>     [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git
> is now:
>     [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git
>
> It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.
>
> best,
>   Tim
>
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jln
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Hi,

How do we add the mail notification ? Do we just need to add '[hidden email]' as a mail hook on admin page ?

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:05, Timothy Place a écrit :

> Hi all,
>
> In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.
>
> I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).
>
> This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
>     [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git
> is now:
>     [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git
>
> It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.
>
> best,
>   Tim
>
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Yes.  Thanks!

best,
  Tim



On Sun, Sep 19, 2010 at 6:32 AM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

How do we add the mail notification ? Do we just need to add '[hidden email]' as a mail hook on admin page ?

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:05, Timothy Place a écrit :

> Hi all,
>
> In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.
>
> I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).
>
> This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
>     [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git
> is now:
>     [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git
>
> It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.
>
> best,
>   Tim
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Ok. Thanks Tim. This is now done for all repositories.

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Le 19 sept. 2010 à 15:44, Timothy Place a écrit :

Yes.  Thanks!

best,
  Tim



On Sun, Sep 19, 2010 at 6:32 AM, Julien Rabin <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

How do we add the mail notification ? Do we just need to add '[hidden email]' as a mail hook on admin page ?

Best,
Julien


Le 9 sept. 2010 à 22:05, Timothy Place a écrit :

> Hi all,
>
> In the last several months Github has introduced a new feature by which "organizations" can be managed in a sane way.  As one example, the admin of Jamoma using these features will be dramatically easier.  It also allows multiple of us to be admins, etc.  So when I'm not available, we don't end up stuck.
>
> I gave our organization the name "jamoma" (I know, its hard to imagine).  I arbitrarily made Trond, Nils, and myself the admins -- but if others wish to be admins then let me know.  I made everyone else contributors (meaning you can push and pull and everything like that).
>
> This does mean that we have some hoops to jump through as we transition though.  The URLs for all of the repositories has changed.  For example:
>     [hidden email]:tap/JamomaFoundation.git
> is now:
>     [hidden email]:jamoma/JamomaFoundation.git
>
> It may take a little time to iron out the wrinkles, but hopefully it will all go smoothly.
>
> best,
>   Tim
>
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