We just had three days straight of coding on PyVCAL. Jobias flew in from Alberta to join us in person. There was coffee and fruit. There were donuts and subs and delicious (ginger!) homemade cookies. We went out for tapas.
We got stuff done. We can connect to perforce, subversion and git. We can get basic information out of each repository. Our test infrastructure is in place and our tests will prove our progress soon. We refined out some design errors in our API. We made a big design decision that clarifies the difference between our representation of a version control system and our representation of a specific repository.
Haz made an automated checklist for our progress. Derek will implement a mock version of the API. Shazow connected us with the developer of AnyVCS. SubvertPy will relicense under the LGPL so we can use it.