Officially releasing Namecore

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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by domob » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:43 pm

After a final rebase today, I've now pushed new branches "auxpow" and "namecore" to namecoin/namecoin. From now on, I will do merges instead of rebases. @Jeremy (and others): Feel free to enable Travis-CI and whatever else special tools we have for the new branches (if that's even necessary).

Note that I've taken care to separate the "auxpow-only" stuff from the "name" stuff. I think this makes sense, and the "auxpow" branch could be the basis of a common code-base for other merge-mined coins as well. If you have changes that are not related to Namecoin itself but to auxpow (you probably don't), please submit them via auxpow and merge auxpow back to namecore. The same is true for merging upstream Bitcoin changes.
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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by biolizard89 » Tue Feb 10, 2015 1:47 am

domob wrote:After a final rebase today, I've now pushed new branches "auxpow" and "namecore" to namecoin/namecoin. From now on, I will do merges instead of rebases. @Jeremy (and others): Feel free to enable Travis-CI and whatever else special tools we have for the new branches (if that's even necessary).

Note that I've taken care to separate the "auxpow-only" stuff from the "name" stuff. I think this makes sense, and the "auxpow" branch could be the basis of a common code-base for other merge-mined coins as well. If you have changes that are not related to Namecoin itself but to auxpow (you probably don't), please submit them via auxpow and merge auxpow back to namecore. The same is true for merging upstream Bitcoin changes.
I don't have the GitHub permissions to enable Travis CI for namecoin/namecoin; only admins on a repo can do so. @Daniel you can do it I think; just go to Travis CI's website, log in, and enable the namecoin/namecoin repo (it will show all the organizations that you belong to, including namecoin).
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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by domob » Tue Feb 10, 2015 6:52 am

biolizard89 wrote:
domob wrote:After a final rebase today, I've now pushed new branches "auxpow" and "namecore" to namecoin/namecoin. From now on, I will do merges instead of rebases. @Jeremy (and others): Feel free to enable Travis-CI and whatever else special tools we have for the new branches (if that's even necessary).

Note that I've taken care to separate the "auxpow-only" stuff from the "name" stuff. I think this makes sense, and the "auxpow" branch could be the basis of a common code-base for other merge-mined coins as well. If you have changes that are not related to Namecoin itself but to auxpow (you probably don't), please submit them via auxpow and merge auxpow back to namecore. The same is true for merging upstream Bitcoin changes.
I don't have the GitHub permissions to enable Travis CI for namecoin/namecoin; only admins on a repo can do so. @Daniel you can do it I think; just go to Travis CI's website, log in, and enable the namecoin/namecoin repo (it will show all the organizations that you belong to, including namecoin).
Done. It should now build all pushes and pull requests to the new branches of namecoin/namecoin.
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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by biolizard89 » Tue Feb 10, 2015 7:26 pm

domob wrote:
biolizard89 wrote:
domob wrote:After a final rebase today, I've now pushed new branches "auxpow" and "namecore" to namecoin/namecoin. From now on, I will do merges instead of rebases. @Jeremy (and others): Feel free to enable Travis-CI and whatever else special tools we have for the new branches (if that's even necessary).

Note that I've taken care to separate the "auxpow-only" stuff from the "name" stuff. I think this makes sense, and the "auxpow" branch could be the basis of a common code-base for other merge-mined coins as well. If you have changes that are not related to Namecoin itself but to auxpow (you probably don't), please submit them via auxpow and merge auxpow back to namecore. The same is true for merging upstream Bitcoin changes.
I don't have the GitHub permissions to enable Travis CI for namecoin/namecoin; only admins on a repo can do so. @Daniel you can do it I think; just go to Travis CI's website, log in, and enable the namecoin/namecoin repo (it will show all the organizations that you belong to, including namecoin).
Done. It should now build all pushes and pull requests to the new branches of namecoin/namecoin.
Thanks Daniel. For those interested, the build results will be at https://travis-ci.org/namecoin/namecoin , although no builds have occurred yet (because no pushes or pull requests have been issued).
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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by phelix » Wed Feb 11, 2015 10:45 am

I wonder why Namecore was made a branch into namecoin/namecoin.... IMHO it would be better to keep it in a separate repo. It took the github guys a while to separate the Namecoin repo from Bitcoin, now it is all entangled again, isn't it?
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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by domob » Wed Feb 11, 2015 11:04 am

phelix wrote:I wonder why Namecore was made a branch into namecoin/namecoin.... IMHO it would be better to keep it in a separate repo. It took the github guys a while to separate the Namecoin repo from Bitcoin, now it is all entangled again, isn't it?
It was done on request of others. Feel free to fork domob1812/namecore instead. I also think that's a better idea (since the new branch doesn't have much in common with the other branches, except for very old Bitcoin commits), but I have no strong opinion. That's why I followed the request to make it a branch instead.
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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by phelix » Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:06 pm

domob wrote:
phelix wrote:I wonder why Namecore was made a branch into namecoin/namecoin.... IMHO it would be better to keep it in a separate repo. It took the github guys a while to separate the Namecoin repo from Bitcoin, now it is all entangled again, isn't it?
It was done on request of others. Feel free to fork domob1812/namecore instead. I also think that's a better idea (since the new branch doesn't have much in common with the other branches, except for very old Bitcoin commits), but I have no strong opinion. That's why I followed the request to make it a branch instead.
done: https://github.com/namecoin/namecore

Anyone strong objections?
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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by biolizard89 » Fri Feb 13, 2015 4:44 am

phelix wrote:
domob wrote:
phelix wrote:I wonder why Namecore was made a branch into namecoin/namecoin.... IMHO it would be better to keep it in a separate repo. It took the github guys a while to separate the Namecoin repo from Bitcoin, now it is all entangled again, isn't it?
It was done on request of others. Feel free to fork domob1812/namecore instead. I also think that's a better idea (since the new branch doesn't have much in common with the other branches, except for very old Bitcoin commits), but I have no strong opinion. That's why I followed the request to make it a branch instead.
done: https://github.com/namecoin/namecore

Anyone strong objections?
No objection to a separate repo, but if it will be a separate repo, I would prefer that it be named something other than namecore, for the same reason that we stopped using that name for the title of the software itself. Is namecoin-core too long for a repo name? Any other ideas?
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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by jonasbits » Sun Feb 15, 2015 12:22 pm

Is there any nodes for testnet that I can connect to with the namecoin-core client, i tried nmctest.net, no luck.
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Re: Officially releasing Namecore

Post by phelix » Sun Feb 15, 2015 10:03 pm

biolizard89 wrote:
phelix wrote:
domob wrote:
phelix wrote:I wonder why Namecore was made a branch into namecoin/namecoin.... IMHO it would be better to keep it in a separate repo. It took the github guys a while to separate the Namecoin repo from Bitcoin, now it is all entangled again, isn't it?
It was done on request of others. Feel free to fork domob1812/namecore instead. I also think that's a better idea (since the new branch doesn't have much in common with the other branches, except for very old Bitcoin commits), but I have no strong opinion. That's why I followed the request to make it a branch instead.
done: https://github.com/namecoin/namecore

Anyone strong objections?
No objection to a separate repo, but if it will be a separate repo, I would prefer that it be named something other than namecore, for the same reason that we stopped using that name for the title of the software itself. Is namecoin-core too long for a repo name? Any other ideas?
Sorry, I had missed the discussion above in this thread. What is the issue with "namecore"? "namecoin-core" is too long imho. "namecoinc", "namecoinr", "namecoinb"... hmmm... domob?
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