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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] git-series: track changes to a patch series over time
On Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 11:40:55PM -0700, Josh Triplett wrote:
> I'd welcome any feedback, whether on the interface and workflow, the
> internals and collaboration, ideas on presenting diffs of patch series,
> or anything else.

This looks awesome!

I've been working on some similar stuff for a while also.[1][2]

I'm particularly interested in trying to establish a standard for
storing review data in git. I've got a prototype for doing that[3],
and an example tool that uses it[4]. The tool is still incomplete/buggy though.

There seem to be a number of us trying to solve this in our different ways,
it would be great to coordinate our efforts.

The prototype library I have is partly the result of some discussion and work
with the Gerrit folks, since they were thinking about this problem
before I even started writing git-candidate, and solved it with Notedb.[5]

Let me know if you'd like to work together on this,
I've been considering taking the perl-notedb prototype and writing
a C library for it with bindings for other languages (i.e. Rust).




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