[osg-users] Feedback/guidance sought on move of osgQt out into it's own project/repository

Mathieu MARACHE mathieu.marache at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 05:25:49 PDT 2016

Regarding the hosting, within the openscenegraph account would be the best
I recon. Both for visibility and ease to find.
Concerning rights, you can setup "Collaborators" that will have push access
to the repository in the repository settings. You could then mandate a
maintainer the right to push to a osgQt repository owned by the
 openscenegraph user


On Wed, Sep 7, 2016 at 9:39 PM Robert Osfield <robert.osfield at gmail.com>

> Another area for discussion would be where to host the main version of
> the new osgQt, we could have in the openscenegraph account alongside
> the OSG, or have it live entirely separately.  I am not clear on how
> fine grained we can make the permissions on projects within the
> openscenegraph account so an entirely separate repository might be
> best w.r.t permissions.
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