The current project state makes me more and more wonder where bup is heading to – and probably someone can enlighten me a little bit ;-)
The state as it seems to be:
bup 0.25-rc1 has been tagged in GIT more than a year ago (June 9 2011), and since then, no more "releases" have happened. And the main (?) development branch, https://github.com/apenwarr/bup/commits/master, seems to be quite dead (as well as the other branches located there): no relevant commits since november last year, only a few minor fixes and side products of other projects.
Now I know that there are other branches, most notably the "tmp/pending/meta" and "tmp/pu/master" branches: it seems current development takes place there (see GitWeb here: http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=users/rlb/bup.git).
So what is the maser plan?
Avery, do yo plan to merge "tmp/pending/meta" back to your master branch?
Concerning bup, I'm more or less an "end-user", mostly because of lacking Python skills. And as such, I think it would be really good to have more "official" releases, so people would have a better clue which codebase to use …
The "tmp" and "pending" verbs in the GIT branches don't build a lot of trust.
"Release early, release often"!
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