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Re: Public Hosting

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2003-07-07 14:57:54 CEST

Brian Topping wrote:

> Hi all,
> It's been about a year since I saw any question of "public hosting" using SVN
> (i.e. java.net, sf.net) and I was wondering if there are new options besides
> DIY.

Not completely what you are asking, but I think that shortly after OSCON,
perl.org will be hosting a subversion repository of the Archive of Perl Changes
(APC). Robert Spier has said he is willing/able once some more harddrive gets
installed and he has a little time. This will, at least, but a fairly high
profile public repository, albeit read only.

I think the issue that the API is still in flux, and both client and server
upgrades are still required for each release, makes a large hosted environment
somewhat difficult. I would also love to see sf.net provide a subversion host,
since I am trying to kick off a project and would like to not use CVS if at all
possible. Technically, I have a copy of the APC already running for my own use,
so I could self-host any other project I wanted to. However, I haven't asked my
boss if it is OK to chew up the T1 hosting a public repository. ;~)


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