2005/5/18, Lübbe Onken <email@example.com>:
> > I hear sarcasm here.
> Yes :-)
> Do you know why? You dismissing suggestions based on wrong assumptions. When
> I read this kind of stuff when I just want to switch off my PC and go out
> for a walk with my dog, I feel kind of pi**ed.
> - You're assuming that I want to edit our docs in the CMS. You tell
> everybody you don't like it, but you didn't discuss it beforehand. I never
> suggested that, because I don't like it as well.
I didn't assume that. You mentioned that on ICQ yesterday.
> - You're assuming that I'll backup from home. Who told you that? What's
> going to happen if I'm on vacation? No, there are better solutions.
> - We never backed up our database content on berlios.de (OK, I did, but you
> don't know that I did), but suddenly you're bloating around that sourceforge
> is not backing up our data and you make it sound like we have to backup
> gigabytes to our home PCs.
That's because it seems that berlios does backups itself. So there's
no need for us to do backups too.
> We don't need a download mirror at all. I'd place all the downloads on
> sourceforge. The download mirror on tigris is for you only, because it
> sounds like you don't like the sourceforge option at all.
Why do you insist of placing the installers on sourceforge?
> I wonder how many people will be searching for pre 1.1.7 releases? The
More than you might think. If you read the mailing list, you will find
a lot of mails telling "I've switched back to xxx for now".
> current release (1.1.7) can be found on sourceforge and on berlios.de now.
I'm going nuts here. That's *exactly* what I never wanted. Now we have
our installers spread on _four_ servers!!! (tigris, berlios,
sourceforge and another mirror).
Please stop that right now. There's absolutely *no* reason to mirror
the installers for 1.1.7 again. Tigris.org can handle those downloads
well enough. So just leave it there alone.
What the hell is the point in uploading the installers to sourceforge
too? Why? Why?
> How long does the entire release take you, including build time? How much is
> the manual 'upload & modify settings' time compared to that? If you just
> have to paste a few strings into an automation script that does the job for
> you, how much would that become?
You can't count the build time - that's done automatically while I can
drink a coffee, eat lunch or do something else.
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Received on Wed May 18 09:33:08 2005