Blog entries by Marla Da Silva [2]
  • Mercurial conference in Paris: May 28th, 2019

    2019/05/03 by Marla Da Silva

    Mercurial Paris conference will take place on May 28th at Mozilla's headquarters, in Paris.

    Mercurial is a free distributed Source Control Management system. It offers an intuitive interface to efficiently handle projects of any size. With its powerful extension system, Mercurial can easily adapt to any environment.

    This first edition targets organizations that are currently using Mercurial or considering switching from another Version Control System, such as Subversion.

    Attending the conference will allow users to share ideas and version control experiences in different industries and at a different scale. It is a great opportunity to connect with Mercurial core developers and get updates about modern workflow and features.

    You are welcome to register here and be part of this first edition with us!

    https://www.logilab.org/file/10131926/raw

    Mercurial conference is co-organized by Logilab, Octobus & Rhode-Code.


  • Mercurial mini-sprint: from April 4th to 7th in Paris

    2019/03/19 by Marla Da Silva

    Logilab co-organizes with Octobus, a mini-sprint Mercurial to be held from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 April in Paris.

    https://www.logilab.org/file/10131359/raw

    Logilab will host mercurial mini-sprint in its Paris premises on Thursday 4 and Friday 5 April. Octobus will be communicating very soon the place chosen to sprint during the weekend.

    To participate to mercurial mini-sprint, please complete the survey by informing your name and which days you will be joining us.

    Some of the developers working on mercurial or associated tooling plan to focus on improving the workflow and tool and documentation used for online collaboration through Mercurial (Kalithea, RhodeCode, Heptapod, Phabricator, sh.rt, etc. You can also fill the pad below to indicate the themes that you want to tackle during this sprint: https://mensuel.framapad.org/p/mini-sprint-hg

    Let's code together!