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Migrate your submissions

From: Robin Berjon <robin@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2012 18:35:20 +0100
Message-ID: <50D34C58.1090304@w3.org>
To: public-html-testsuite@w3.org
Hi all,

if you've made a test submission that has not been processed in the 
past, please read this.

I've done a lot of migrating submissions into pull requests today. This 
includes the following:

     Apple
     AryehGregor
     Baidu
     Comcast
     DavidCarlisle
     html5bidi
     MathiasBynens
     PhilipTaylor
     MOSQUITO
     Mozilla
     WebKit

Those that remain are:

     Google
     Infraware
     Intel
     Microsoft
     Ms2ger
     Opera
     TestTWF_Paris
     W3C

I'm happy to do TestTWF_Paris and W3C. The remaining ones however tend 
to be a combination of rather large, covering many aspects, and coming 
with their own baggage (e.g. some command line tools, their own copy of 
the harness, that sort of stuff).

I would therefore appreciate if the people who made those submissions 
would take the time to move them to the new organisation. Note that in 
the vast majority of cases you are not being punished by the 
reorganisation: changing those submissions would often have been 
required in order to match the previous organisation as well.

Making turning something into a submission is easy:

 get the up to date repository
 git checkout -b submission/YourName
 git mv stuff from your submission directory to where it is supposed to 
be in the tree (note that you can use "node tools/scripts/id2path.js 
a-section-id" to map specification *section* IDs to where stuff goes in 
the tree)
 commit
 git push origin submission/YourName
 then in the GitHub interface on the index of the repo you will see a 
button offering to make a pull request. Do that, okay the form, and 
you're good.

Please let me know if you plan on upgrading your submission  that way I 
can know whose nails I need to start manicuring with a large pair of 
pliers when the new year comes.

Happy holidays and all!

-- 
Robin Berjon - http://berjon.com/ - @robinberjon
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