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Re: OT: svn.collab.net hosting for Subissue project (tigris.org)

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-10 15:57:49 CET

"Francois Beausoleil" <fbos@users.sourceforge.net> writes:

> Yes, I was talking about hosting.
> Why are TortoiseSVN and RapidSVN hosted on collab.net ? Subissue is also
> related to Subversion, by the fact that it will be the back-end for an
> issue tracking service.

I'm not sure what Karl was talking about. If you already have a CVS
repository on tigris.org, and you want to switch your
Subversion-related project to a Subversion repository on
svn.collab.net, we're happy to set you up. I'm guessing that you
don't have physical access to your CVS repos, so just send me a list
of committers and their passwords. Usernames *must* be tigris.org
username, and passwords are plaintext or htpasswd-ready (Basic auth,
short form).

BUT PLEASE NOTE: The Chicago CollabNet folks (guardians of
svn.collab.net) -- myself included -- do *not* have time to perform
this setup this week. Besides, we'd have to dump and re-load your
repository again anyway after Subversion 0.33 comes out, because there
will be a filesystem schema change therein. So, why don't you spend
the next week or so making your total output surpass that of the
average SourceForge project so that I feel better about this
future investment of my time. :-)

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