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TimestampWhich code repository should we use for OpenRefine?Why do you prefer that code repository?Where should we keep documentation?Where should we track issues (bugs, feature requests, patches)?Is it important to provide continuity of issue tracking and transfer open issues?Is it important to transfer ALL issues (open and closed)?Where should we perform code reviews (prior to submitting code)?Where should we host our project mailing list?Where should we provide technical support? (multiple selection)Any other thought?
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10/9/2012 11:49:27GitHubEasy code sharing between ancillary projects.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site41We don't do code reviews prior to submitting.Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/9/2012 11:52:13Google Code SVNI have problems in getting git repository behind proxy networkDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site55Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/9/2012 11:53:47GitHubI find it easy to submit contributions because the branching and merging model is easier. It's also the location where I keep all my other codeDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site22We don't do code reviews prior to submitting.Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channelTo encourage participation it would be useful to identify a list of tasks, even very small ones that people can contribute towards completing. These could be anything from simple bug fixes or feature additions, or creation of documentation, etc.
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10/9/2012 11:56:13GitHubcleanestDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site53Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)there are a couple of scripts on Github user repositories, a bit quick and dirty tools that exploit google code and Guthub API to transfer issues, they could be taken as starting point to ease the transfer.
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10/9/2012 11:56:27GitHubIt's where a number of my projects already are and it'll be easier to keep tabs on the project there.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site32Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channelThanks for all of the wonderful work.
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10/9/2012 11:56:59GitHubI find that GitHub provides a more advanced set of features and a very intuitive workflow, which makes both development and contributing much easier.

I find myself less tempted to contribute to projects which don't use GitHub unless I'm very passionate about them, because it's less convenient.
Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site22Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel, Issue tracker for chosen repository
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10/9/2012 11:57:13GitHubBecause as a USGS Developer, we already have a signed agreement with Github as an open-source repository. It is way easier to extend code that is hosted on Github than anywhere else. I would en up moving everything that I did to Github anyways.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site31Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channelLooking forward to the new OpenRefine
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10/9/2012 12:06:39Default issue tracking system provided by code hosting site32Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/9/2012 12:09:03Google Code GitDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site44Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/9/2012 12:12:30GitHubNicer UI, nicer tools.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site42We don't do code reviews prior to submitting.Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)IRC is secondary for support unless you get global coverage of active contributors.

Whether to do commit-then-review (CTR) or review-then-commit (RTC) depends on the number of active committers. CTR is for smaller projects, RTC for larger ones. RTC with a small pool of active reviewers stifles the project.
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10/9/2012 12:28:50GitHubIt increases peripheral innovation and "collaboration without coordination". Second best would be git on google code.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site41Rietveld (https://codereview.appspot.com/)Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/9/2012 12:31:59GitHubPrefer the features available.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site31We don't do code reviews prior to submitting.Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/9/2012 12:45:05GitHubDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site32Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/9/2012 12:56:50Google Code GitSocial integration Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site44We don't do code reviews prior to submitting.Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channelSimple and open is important.
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10/9/2012 12:58:41GitHubLarge number of active users, active development by github, responsiveDefault wiki provided by code hosting site43Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/9/2012 13:04:47Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site32Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)
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10/9/2012 13:28:19GitHubThe community seems to prefer this over Google Code.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site43Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/9/2012 14:03:07GitHub1. Familiarity with Github
2. Online reviews seem to favour Github
3. Learning curve for future contributors could effectively be lowered due to its widespread use
Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site55Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/9/2012 14:38:19GitHubExcellent site usability and issue integrationDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site32We don't do code reviews prior to submitting.Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/9/2012 14:39:20Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)Pretty open to most of these issues - I'm not a developer, really an end user.
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10/9/2012 14:53:23GitHubMore active, individual devs on Github.Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/9/2012 14:55:09GitHubBest basis for broad open source collaboration. Based on my experience coordinating projecthydra & traching hydracamp.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteRedmine22Tightly enforce standards of quality through social means while allowing committers to self-police & opt into reviews when neededGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel, Encourage people to list themselves as vendors on wiki; encorage user meetups Glad this is happening!

If you want to pick brains of people who have done this, contact hydra-tech@googlegroups.com or hydra-steering@googlegroups.com

Or email me matt@curationexperts.com. Cheers!
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10/9/2012 15:00:13GitHubEveryone is there.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site43Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/9/2012 23:48:00GitHubDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site44Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/10/2012 0:20:16GitHubEase of use, popularDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site22Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/10/2012 0:39:14GitHubEasy to use, built into existing workflowsDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site42Sorry, not sureGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/10/2012 1:20:33GitHubWhat most people are using, so better for building community. Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site31Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/10/2012 2:59:15GitHubDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site44Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/10/2012 3:23:47GitHubMost reachDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site4Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channelAs the maintainers of RDF Refine [1] we're utterly supportive and find this a great step. I'm personally willing to throw considerable resources at it, from a couple of projects in form of people for code contributions, documentation, and outreach (which I'll do myself).

Cheers,
Michael Hausenblas

http://mhausenblas.info/


[1] http://refine.deri.ie/
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10/10/2012 4:24:43GitHubRobustness and independenceDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site42Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/10/2012 4:36:29Google Code GitDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site55Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/10/2012 6:45:10GitHubDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site55Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/10/2012 7:51:23GitHubAs I understand this is the most known repository for current Google Refine developers. We should set up the most friendly environment to keep them engaged. mediawikiDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site43Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)IRC channel, to be discussed. Here is my position: Development oriented tool (repository, tracking ...): github
Code review should grow with the community. No need to add extra burden so far.

On the documentation and user support side, a new set of tool less tech / dev. oriented need to be set, so user can easily: (1) find what he is looking for (2) engage with the community (3) participate.

The mailing list is really convenient but offer a poor display and search experience.

Should we support other languages?
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10/10/2012 8:08:59GitHubI use github a lot already.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site33Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/10/2012 14:11:50GitHubEasier to access, already have account (and presence) there.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site11We don't do code reviews prior to submitting.Google Groups (new mailing list)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channelA list of (current) FAQs would be nice to have.
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10/10/2012 19:46:16GitHubDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site11Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/11/2012 0:54:45GitHubI know it yet.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site32Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/11/2012 10:21:17Google Code GitDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site45Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing), IRC channel
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10/11/2012 10:31:15GitHubGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)
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10/11/2012 12:31:27GitHubThe Github for Windows tool takes away the pain of Git on windows.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site55Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/11/2012 17:12:04GitHubSimply because I am already using it.Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site51Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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10/11/2012 23:40:20GitHubEasy forking (google code supports it too but seems that there is no pull request system).Default wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site52Default code review system provided by code hosting siteGoogle Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)There are tools to copy issues from google code to github https://github.com/arthur-debert/google-code-issues-migrator, https://github.com/alexrudnick/migrate-googlecode-issues (not tried it)
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10/13/2012 4:17:19GitHubDefault wiki provided by code hosting siteDefault issue tracking system provided by code hosting site41We don't do code reviews prior to submitting.Google Groups (same as this current mailing list, but renamed to openrefine)On project mailing list (as we have been doing)
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