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Wednesday, October 23 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Case Study: How We Migrated The Enlightenment Project To Git - Tom Hacohen & Daniel Willmann, Samsung

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The Enlightenment project's old SVN repository hosted many different applications, libraries, themes, and etcetera. Daniel Willmann and Tom Hacohen took upon themselves the task of migrating it to Git.

As part of that process, they tackled the lack of continuous integration by setting up Jenkins and complied to community to change Trac with Phabricator. They have both lived long enough to tell about it, and in this presentation they will present their notes, lessons, tips and process.

Speakers
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Tom Hacohen

Senior Engineer, Samsung OSG
Tom has been using Linux since 2003. Previously a core developer and part of the leading team in SHR (Openmoko), he is currently a core developer for the EFL (www.enlightenment.org). He has contributed to other Open Source projects over the years, including: freesmartphone.org and libunibreak. In 2010 he started working at Samsung on the Tizen Linux platform.
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Daniel Willmann

Daniel is a freelance IT professional with over 7 years of professional experience. He has worked on the OpenMoko project where he was first introduced to the EFL and was a core developer for freesmartphone.org. Other projects he is involved in include OpenBSC (osmocom.org) and the Contiki OS. For the last year he worked at Samsung Electronics as an Open Source developer for EFL.


Wednesday October 23, 2013 2:30pm - 3:20pm
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