Will Inkscape begin using Launchpad's "Code"?

Asked by Zearin

Inkscape's website is the place where I first found out about Launchpad, and I'm so glad that I did. Launchpad is fantastic, and although I haven't personally used it yet I am very excited by the top-notch usability and functionality.

I was wondering, since Inkscape has already heavily migrated to Launchpad, will the code eventually migrate as well? I would be nice to have everything for developers on Launchpad, and everything else on the Inkscape website.

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Alexandre Prokoudine (alexandre-prokoudine) said :

Hi, some developers are in favour of that, and some are not. So there is no final decision yet.

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Best Bryce Harrington (bryce) said :

This is something we've considered, and may indeed do. Last time we discussed it though, there wasn't a consensus - some people favored git, and others preferred to stick with svn. I personally favor moving to bzr, especially so the more I learn about cool upcoming Launchpad integration features, like branch-reviews, PQM, and the like. However we would need to have at least a rough consensus favoring the change before I'd pursue it.

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Zearin (zearin) said :

Thanks Bryce Harrington, that solved my question.