[webkit-dev] Using GitHub to Contribute to WebKit (Experimental)

Ryosuke Niwa rniwa at webkit.org
Fri Mar 16 09:34:05 PDT 2012

If some reviewer and committer decide to use this process, where can I see
review comments and other discussions?

Would they still be on Bugzilla?

For example, I may not necessarily review a patch myself, but I would still
like to see what other reviewers say, and how the author responses, etc...
because sometimes I'll have to add more comments.

- Ryosuke

On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 5:41 PM, Adam Barth <abarth at webkit.org> wrote:

> Hi webkit-dev,
> After reading last week's discussion about switching the project to
> git, I wondered if it would be possible to get some of the benefits of
> git-style development without forcing everyone to switch to git.
> One of the benefits of git-style development is the ability to review
> a series of patches at once.  GitHub has some nice tools to reviewing
> pull requests, so I wrote up a short wiki page describing how someone
> might use GitHub to contribute to WebKit:
> https://trac.webkit.org/wiki/UsingGitHub
> I'm not sure we'll want to switch the whole project over to GitHub any
> time soon, but it might be something that folks who like git might
> want to experiment with.
> Happy hacking,
> Adam
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