a project by aplanas
Use machine learning and natural language processing techniques to analyze the changes made in a project, and classify them in: * Small / unimportant fix
a project by aspiers
It is well-known that two git commits within a single repo can be independent from each other, by changing separate files to each other, or changing separate parts of the same file(s). Conversely when a commit changes a line, it is "dependent" on not only the commit which last changed that line, but also any commits which were responsible for providing the surrounding lines of context, because without those previous versions of the line and its context, the commit's diff would not cleanly apply.
As with most dependency relationships, these form a directed acyclic graph. Sometimes it is useful to understand the nature of parts of this graph; for example when porting a commit "A" between git branches via
an idea by sleep_walker
a record by sleep_walker
Sometimes we get from Labs team patch from kernel-source.git. It is nice as it contains not only patch against expended kernel tree, but also changes series.conf and changes file and identical patch is in GIT. Unfortunately it always leads to conflicts, tarballs need to be extracted and then repacked so most of the job is done manually. I'd like to create tool which would help apply such patch automatically whenever it is possible.
an idea by michal-m
I have been building an archive of the x86_64/default KOTDs for some months now. It's time to make them available at least internally and write some web frontend to the archive. The frontend could do various things: * Display all packages for a given branch