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task #10245: Submission of Geiser

Submitted by:  Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Submitted on:  Sun 07 Mar 2010 08:50:33 PM UTC  
 
Should Start On:  Sun 07 Mar 2010 12:00:00 AM UTC Should be Finished on:  Wed 17 Mar 2010 12:00:00 AM UTC
Category:  Project Approval Priority:  5 - Normal
Status:  Done Privacy:  Public
Percent Complete:  0% Assigned to:  Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>
Open/Closed:  Closed Effort:  0.00

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Mon 29 Mar 2010 10:29:27 PM UTC, comment #30: 

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March 29th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

>Okay, here's our miscommunication. When i say "my package", i don't
>mean "the package whose code i own and will make sure that nobody
>else can use", in the same way as i mean nothing of the sort when i
>say "my friend" or even "my peach cake recipe".  I just mean "the
>package i develop and maintain", as (i thought) one can easily infer
>from the context.


Oh, ok.

>In the same manner, in the context of our conversation, the term
>"stealing", specially when immediately followed by a smiley, has a
>well accepted connotation (derived, as you know, from Picasso's "los
>buenos artistas copian, los grandes roban").


I understand you was not talking of software property that time, but
may be confusing sometimes.

Sorry for the time consumption.
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Sun 28 Mar 2010 09:52:06 PM UTC, comment #29: 

Mario, I am not aware that rms has disrecommended terms such as "my program" and "stealing code", even for official GNU packages.  Maybe you should talk it over with him first.

And, to get an account on fencepost, please see http://www.gnu.org/software/README.accounts.html.  You surely qualify!

Karl Berry <karl>
Site Administrator
Sun 28 Mar 2010 08:10:52 PM UTC, comment #28: 

> We are having a miscommunication


Agreed (see below).

> I don't like Gmail at all, but what service should I use instead?.


Cannot you ask GNU for an account at fencepost?

>> in official communications as a GNU maintainer does more harm >> than calling Geiser "my humble attempt at bringing slime to
>> the Scheme world."


> I don't object that pharse.


Well, your advice about code ownership directly followed a quote of that phrase (see comment #21), so i took that advice as a reaction to the later.

> What I do object (As explained above) is "my GNU MDK package"
> and "i'm already stealing some code".


Okay, here's our miscommunication. When i say "my package", i
don't mean "the package whose code i own and will make sure that
nobody else can use", in the same way as i mean nothing of the
sort when i say "my friend" or even "my peach cake recipe".
I just mean "the package i develop and maintain", as (i thought)
one can easily infer from the context.

In the same manner, in the context of our conversation,
the term "stealing", specially when immediately followed by a
smiley, has a well accepted connotation (derived, as you know,
from Picasso's "los buenos artistas copian, los grandes roban").

You may contend that your interpretation of my phrases is more correct than mine, and i agree with you that, under that interpretation, those wouldn't be the best terms to use. I just happen to think that my interpretation is more natural :)

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Sun 28 Mar 2010 07:23:09 PM UTC, comment #27: 


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March 28th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

We are having a miscommunication.  I agree you deserve the credit for
your effort in Geiser.  My point is: free software developers are not
the owners of the software they develop, because in free software the
idea of property and ownership is pointless.

A software owner is a individual whose aims to fully controll what
the users do with the software he owns in a propietary manner as
Google do with my mail, as do Microsoft with it operating systems, and
so...  There isn't this types of owners in free software world because
each user can do what he wants with his copy, as it should be.

I'm pretty sure you released Geiser as free software because you want
to give users to have freedom with it, not because you want to have
propietary control over what the users do with their copy of Geiser,
so I don't think "owner" is an appropiate term IMO, I suggest
"developer".

In a similar manner, "stealing" code is

>I could nitpick at you, tear my robes, and say that using an email
>from a proprietary, non-free hosting service


I don't like Gmail at all, but what service should I use instead?.
All the services I know have the same problem as Gmail: They Offers
software as a service, don't gives you privacity and have propietary
JavaScript scripts.  If you know of any than don't have this problem
please tellme :).

>in official communications as a GNU maintainer does more harm than
>calling Geiser "my humble attempt at bringing slime to the Scheme
>world."


I don't object that pharse.  What I do object (As explained above) is
"my GNU MDK package" and "i'm already stealing some code".
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Sun 28 Mar 2010 12:57:51 PM UTC, comment #26: 

> So, you mean you know very well the GNU philosphy and advices,
> but you don't follow it outside GNU?.


> Honestly, I think is a bit of hipocristy.


So you think that knowing very well GNU's philosophy and not
following or agreeing with every single bit of it is hypocrisy?
I don't. I happen to think that there's nothing wrong with
calling Geiser, which carries my copyright and of which i've
written 95% of the code, my project. That's the way i feel about
it. Pretending that i think otherwise would be dishonest.

I could nitpick at you, tear my robes, and say that using an
email from a proprietary, non-free hosting service in official
communications as a GNU maintainer does more harm than calling
Geiser "my humble attempt at bringing slime to the Scheme
world." But i wouldn't call you an hypocrite for that. I think
that your hard work as a Savannah maintainer, which i greatly
appreciate, speaks much better than all that about your
commitment to the GNU project.

Thanks.

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Sun 28 Mar 2010 06:04:45 AM UTC, comment #25: 

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March 27th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

>>Please avoid the term "stealing code" or "my FOO program" while
>>talking of software; use "taking code from" and "the FOO
>>program". We in GNU think software shouldn't have owners, and this
>>terms give a false impression.


>Please, kindly note that Geiser is not a GNU project. As for naming
>my activities, i would, if you don't mind, use the terms i see
>fit.


>Regarding GNU's goals and philosophy, after more than 10 years as a
>contributor and maintainer of GNU software, i'm quite familiar with
>them. Thank you.


So, you mean you know very well the GNU philosphy and advices, but you
don't follow it outside GNU?.

Honestly, I think is a bit of hipocristy.  The GNU philosophy apply to
all software in the very same manner.  Just most GNU mantainers are
concerned about the GNU advices, but this don't imply than is good
when mantainers of non-GNU software tryies to own the software.

I mean: You are not enforced to care about GNU philosophy to host a
project in GNU Savannah, you just have to follow the requirements
(https://savannah.gnu.org/register/requirements.php).  However, it
would be a good act of courtesy if you help us to spread our ideas of
software freedom by using the appropiate terms.  Apart of whether you
use, or you don't use any GNU software/service we ask you to help
spreading our ideas :).

Good luck.
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Sun 28 Mar 2010 12:52:56 AM UTC, comment #24: 

> Please avoid the term "stealing code" or "my FOO program" while

talking of software; use "taking code from" and "the FOO program". We in GNU think software shouldn't have owners, and this terms give a false impression.

Please, kindly note that Geiser is not a GNU project. As for naming my activities, i would, if you don't mind, use the terms i see fit. Regarding GNU's goals and philosophy, after more than 10 years as a contributor and maintainer of GNU software, i'm quite familiar with them. Thank you.

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Sun 28 Mar 2010 12:52:54 AM UTC, comment #23: 

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March 27th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

I can't fix the problem of the webpages.  I alredy forwaded the
problem to the savannah-hackers-public mailing list, but no one have
fixed it yet.

You can ask youself: first subscribe
(http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/savannah-hackers-public) and
then write a mail with a description of the problem.
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Sun 28 Mar 2010 12:38:53 AM UTC, comment #22: 

> I think there aren't more problems by now with Gitorious. Anyway, if we found one we will mail you, so you don't need to watch savannah-hackers-public nor savannah-hackers-private.


i'm referring to the problem that trying to visit geiser's homepage at savannah, www.nongnu.org/geiser, returns a server error to the effect that the page doesn't exist, while i have activated the feature and actually committed an index.html page to the web CVS report.

thanks.

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Sun 28 Mar 2010 12:27:59 AM UTC, comment #21: 

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March 27th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

>I'm a long time slime user, and actually Geiser is my humble attempt
>to bring its nice features to the Scheme world. And yes, i'm already
>stealing some code :) Thanks for the pointer anyway.


Please avoid the term "stealing code" or "my FOO program" while
talking of software; use "taking code from" and "the FOO program".  We
in GNU think software shouldn't have owners, and this terms give a
false impression.

>A last question: should i monitor the savannah-hackers mailing list
>(if it's public) to know the status of my problem with Geiser's
>homepage here at Savannah?


I think there aren't more problems by now with Gitorious.  Anyway, if
we found one we will mail you, so you don't need to watch
savannah-hackers-public nor savannah-hackers-private.
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Sun 28 Mar 2010 12:01:24 AM UTC, comment #20: 

> I have approved this project.


Thank you.

> You will receive an auto-generated email containing detailed information about the approval, but please don't forget to state clear the project is free software on the gitorious page.


I haven't received any mail, but i more or less know how to use Savannah. I've already added the note at Gitorious, and i will probably eventually delete the project there after some months.

> BTW: There is a similar project but for Common Lisp instead of Scheme named SLIME: http://common-lisp.net/project/slime/ maybe you could take code from it to save some work and time, just sugessting.


I'm a long time slime user, and actually Geiser is my humble attempt to bring its nice features to the Scheme world. And yes, i'm already stealing some code :) Thanks for the pointer anyway.

A last question: should i monitor the savannah-hackers mailing list (if it's public) to know the status of my problem with Geiser's homepage here at Savannah?

Thanks again,
jao

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Sat 27 Mar 2010 07:30:19 PM UTC, comment #19: 

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March 26th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

>Not only that, but there'd be pointers to the bug tracking system and
>the mailing list, and the only homepage and other documentation of
>Geiser would be hosted here (once we fix the current problem with its
>creation).


I have approved this project.  You will receive an auto-generated
email containing detailed information about the approval, but please
don't forget to state clear the project is free software on the
gitorious page.

BTW: There is a similar project but for Common Lisp instead of Scheme
named SLIME: http://common-lisp.net/project/slime/ maybe you could
take code from it to save some work and time, just sugessting.

Item status changes:

Status -> Done
Open/Closed -> Closed
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Sat 27 Mar 2010 02:44:24 AM UTC, comment #18: 

> Then, I would ask Jose to please add a notice similar to "Geiser is free software, it have a page on GNU Savannah too. See Foo or Bar URL".


Not only that, but there'd be pointers to the bug tracking system and the mailing list, and the only homepage and other documentation of Geiser would be hosted here (once we fix the current problem with its creation).

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Sat 27 Mar 2010 02:37:02 AM UTC, comment #17: 

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March 26th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

>Agreed. rms has explicitly said that hosting on sourceforge, even for
>official GNU packages, is ok, despite all of sf's obvious issues, as
>long as the user-oriented web pages are not.


Then, I would ask Jose to please add a notice similar to "Geiser is
free software, it have a page on GNU Savannah too.  See Foo or Bar
URL".

Karl, Sylvain: Is this ok for you?.
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Fri 26 Mar 2010 11:04:13 PM UTC, comment #16: 

> IMHO this is too strict.


Agreed.  rms has explicitly said that hosting on sourceforge, even for official GNU packages, is ok, despite all of sf's obvious issues, as long as the user-oriented web pages are not.

Karl Berry <karl>
Site Administrator
Fri 26 Mar 2010 04:54:40 PM UTC, comment #15: 

I agree with Sylvain. FWIW, my GNU MDK package was, during several years, hosted both in Savannah and SourceForge (these days it's only here), and nobody ever found that a problem.

Anyway, i'm not deleting Geiser's source from Gitorious. If that means that Geiser cannot be hosted by Savannah, so be it. No hard feelings!

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Fri 26 Mar 2010 06:11:16 AM UTC, comment #14: 

IMHO this is too strict.
As far as I'm concerned, I apply our hosting requirements to data hosted at Savannah; data hosted somewhere else are not part of the review.

Sylvain Beucler <Beuc>
Fri 26 Mar 2010 04:19:16 AM UTC, comment #13: 

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March 25th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

>Can you clarify: do you mean this project can't be mirrored on
>another website? This sounds too strict.


I mean:

This project (Or any other) can be mirrored on any site than do speak
of free software, as GNU Savannah does.

However, not in gitorious because:

*Savannah-hosted projects can't call themself open source but free
 software because savannah aims to promotes free software, not open
 source.

*"Gitorious provides open source infrastructure for hosting open
 source projects that use Git" so, this imply all gitorious-hosted
 software call themself open source

*Because of the above, savannah-hosted projects can't be hosted
 gitorious.

The same apply for source forge, and rest open source hosting sites.

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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Thu 25 Mar 2010 07:56:09 AM UTC, comment #12: 

"I discourage you to using a hosting site than don't promotes free
software but instead promotes open source software or propietary
software, as gitorious does.  However, when hosting at Savannah is not only a discouragement but a requirement for the sake of free software."

Can you clarify: do you mean this project can't be mirrored on another website?  This sounds too strict.

Sylvain Beucler <Beuc>
Thu 25 Mar 2010 12:40:55 AM UTC, comment #11: 

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March 24th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

>Well, i was asking to use gitorious, not Savannah, as a mirror. If i
>understand you correctly, you're telling me not only that Savannah is
>not a mirror, but also that it cannot (shouldn't) be mirrored (which
>is kind of weird given that we're talking about a distributed VCS;
>but of course GNU Savannah has the right to set the rules of the
>game).

>If that's really the case, i must apologize for having wasted your
>time, and ask you to simply delete Geiser from Savannah (among other
>reasons, i've got users and collaborators that would get upset if the
>project just disappears from Gitorious). I know i should have read
>the hosting terms and conditions before: i'm very sorry i didn't.

>Thanks for your time!

GNU Savannah promotes free software as you see.  The problem with
gitorious is than it don't.  gitorious promotes open source.  We want
to spread the ethical values of free software but open source don't
speak of ethics nor morality.  We think Open source misses the point
of free software:
http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/open-source-misses-the-point.html.

Usually mirroring would be a advantage.  But If a project is mirrored
outside savannah, and the mirror don't speaks of freedom, then the
user who looks in the mirror instead of in savannah may will not
notice the existence an philosophy of free software and the GNU
project.

I discourage you to using a hosting site than don't promotes free
software but instead promotes open source software or propietary
software, as gitorious does.  However, when hosting at Savannah is not
only a discouragement but a requirement for the sake of free software.

You may leave a note in gitorious if you wish, as "The Geiser page now
is in GNU Savannah: https://savannah.nongnu.org/p/geiser, A free
software hosting site.".  This will ensure current and future
contributors can still contribute to Geiser.  If there are more
problems with the migration we can talk about them and found a good
solution if you wish.

Of couse, the final choise of use or not to use GNU Savannah is up to
you.  Please let us know of it, taking the above into account :).
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Wed 24 Mar 2010 11:16:09 PM UTC, comment #10: 

> My past message was confusing.  I mean "no [you can't mantain a copy anywhere else because] GNU Savannah is not a mirror".


Well, i was asking to use gitorious, not Savannah, as a mirror. If i understand you correctly, you're telling me not only that Savannah is not a mirror, but also that it cannot (shouldn't) be mirrored (which is kind of weird given that we're talking about a distributed VCS; but of course GNU Savannah has the right to set the rules of the game).

If that's really the case, i must apologize for having wasted your time, and ask you to simply delete Geiser from Savannah (among other reasons, i've got users and collaborators that would get upset if the project just disappears from Gitorious). I know i should have read the hosting terms and conditions before: i'm very sorry i didn't.

Thanks for your time!

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Wed 24 Mar 2010 10:58:54 PM UTC, comment #9: 

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March 24th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

My past message was confusing.  I mean "no [you can't mantain a copy
anywhere else because] GNU Savannah is not a mirror".
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Wed 24 Mar 2010 10:56:19 PM UTC, comment #8: 

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March 24th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

>Do i need to *delete* it from gitorious? Cannot i keep a copy of my repo
>there and the 'master' here?

No.  GNU Savannah is not a mirror.
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Wed 24 Mar 2010 10:54:24 PM UTC, comment #7: 

> Please let me know when the repository has been deleted in gitorious, I reopen the task


Do i need to delete it from gitorious? Cannot i keep a copy of my repo there and the 'master' here?

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Wed 24 Mar 2010 09:11:19 PM UTC, comment #6: 

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March 24th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

>The source code is externally hosted at gitorious.


I think you wish to migrate from gitorious to savannah.  GNU Savannah
isn't a mirror; when a project is hosted in savannah, the development
must happen here.

Please let me know when the repository has been deleted in gitorious,
I reopen the task

>Sorry, i meant http://www.nongnu.org/geiser as the homepage url that
>is not working.


I will forward the problem to the savannah-hackers-public list.

Item status changes:

Open/Closed -> Open
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Wed 24 Mar 2010 11:56:28 AM UTC, comment #5: 

Sorry, i meant http://www.nongnu.org/geiser as the homepage url that is not working.

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Wed 24 Mar 2010 10:32:24 AM UTC, comment #4: 

Thanks Mario. Everything seems to be working, except that i've activated the homepage feature (one day and a half ago), but trying to visit it (going to savannah.nongnu.org/geiser) is answered by the server with an error. Should i just wait more time?

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Mon 22 Mar 2010 09:45:39 PM UTC, comment #3: 

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March 22th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

I'm very sorry for the long delay,

I have approved your project.  You will receive an automated e-mail
containing detailed information about the approval.

Regards.

Item status changes:

Status -> Done
Open/Closed -> Closed
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Tue 16 Mar 2010 09:06:28 PM UTC, comment #2: 

The repository is clonable as:

git clone git://gitorious.org/geiser/mainline.git

You can also browse it online at gitorious:

<http://gitorious.org/geiser/mainline/trees/master>

Sorry for the bad link.

Thanks!

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz <jao>
Tue 16 Mar 2010 08:40:22 PM UTC, comment #1: 

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March 16th 2010 in GNU Savannah task #10245: "Submission of Geiser"

Please point to a valid URL wich contains the tarball or a clonable
git repository.  If you have no place to upload the tarball, you can
attach it to this tracker:
https://savannah.gnu.org/task/index.php?10245#attached.

Item status changes:

Assigned to -> marioxcc
Status -> In progress
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Mario Castelán Castro <marioxcc>In charge of this item.
Sun 07 Mar 2010 08:50:33 PM UTC, original submission:  

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Registration Details

  • Name: Geiser
  • System Name:  geiser
  • Type: non-GNU software & documentation
  • License: Modified BSD License

Description:

Geiser is a generic Emacs/Scheme interaction mode, featuring an enhanced REPL and a set of minor modes improving Emacs' basic scheme major mode. The main functionalities provided are:

  • Evaluation of forms in the current module.
  • Macro expansion.
  • File/module loading.
  • Namespace-aware identifier completion (including local bindings, names visible in the current module, and module names).
  • Autodoc: the echo area shows information about the signature of  the identifier around point automatically.
  • Jump to definition of identifier at point.
  • Access to documentation (including docstrings when the implementation provides them).
  • Listings of identifiers exported by a given module.
  • Listings of callers/callees of procedures.
  • Support for debugging (clickable list of errors and simple interaction with implementation's debugger).
Tarball URL:

http://gitorious.org/geiser/mainline/archive-tarball/master

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