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Re: github repo organization

From: Holger Knublauch <holger@topquadrant.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2015 21:06:11 +1000
Message-ID: <54C77123.1060304@topquadrant.com>
To: public-data-shapes-wg@w3.org
Yes absolutely, I was by no means assuming this has any official status. 
Right the opposite, I was assuming that by removing the ldom from the 
folder it would appear easier to replace and rename it. Hmm, now there 
are some hyperlinks to that neutral location. Please, anyone decide - I 
have no preference.

Holger


On 1/27/2015 20:24, Simon Steyskal wrote:
> As we have not yet decided on a final language, I think it's not 
> optimal to put the LDOM primer into the "official" data-shapes-primer 
> folder. (Although it states @ SotD that it isn't the official primer).
> Why not keeping it in the data-shapes-ldom subfolder as ShexC too?
>
> simon
>
>
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> DDipl.-Ing. Simon Steyskal
> Institute for Information Business, WU Vienna
>
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>
> Am 2015-01-26 01:21, schrieb Holger Knublauch:
>> Hi Eric,
>>
>> I have slightly re-organized the top-level folders of the branch on 
>> github:
>>
>> - I renamed data-shapes-ldom into data-shapes-primer, to host a
>> potential Primer document if the group decides to write one. That
>> primer would cover all deliverables, e.g. including the potential
>> compact syntax.
>>
>> - I added a folder data-shapes-core for the formal "core" specification.
>>
>> As a nice side effect, the temporary name "ldom" has disappeared from
>> the folders. I suggest a similar generalization should be applied to
>> the folder currently called shexc, e.g. renaming it to
>> data-shapes-compact.
>>
>> Holger
>>
>>
>> On 1/20/2015 20:49, Eric Prud'hommeaux wrote:
>>> Given some hope that we start editing LDOM and ShExC in the near
>>> future, I'm thinking about how we want to organize our git repo.
>>>
>>> Anything we commit to a "gh-pages" branch shows up in w3c.github.io,
>>> e.g. <https://w3c.github.io/indie-ui/indie-ui-events>. Also, if we
>>> call our specs "index.html", we can address them by directory. I
>>> propose a directory structure like this:
>>>
>>>    data-shapes/data-shapes-ucr/index.html
>>>    data-shapes/data-shapes-ldom/index.html
>>>    data-shapes/data-shapes-shexc/index.html
>>>
>>> We currently have a branch called "master" with
>>>    data-shapes/shapes-ucr/spec.html
>>>    data-shapes/README.md
>>>
>>> README.md has 7 words in it so I'm not focusing too much on that.
>>> shapes-ucr/spec.html is under active development which we'll need to
>>> pause in order to type this:
>>>
>>> git checkout -b gh-pages
>>> git push --set-upstream origin gh-pages
>>> git branch -D master
>>> git push origin :master
>>> git mv shapes-ucr data-shapes-ucr
>>> git mv data-shapes-ucr/spec.html data-shapes-ucr/index.html
>>>
>>> and select "gh-pages" as the default branch in
>>> <https://github.com/w3c/data-shapes/settings>
>>>
>>> Simon, you're the principle culprit actively editing the UC&R. What's
>>> a good time for you to commit and keep your hands off the keyboard for
>>> a few mins (or do the changes above)? (I figure those changes are non-
>>> controversial, but I may be proven wrong.)
>>>
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