Jack Repenning wrote:
> Once the plan for the new subversion.apache.org web site settles out,
> what's the plan for the old subversion.tigris.org? Did the community
> want to keep maintaining it? Would it be helpful for CollabNet to take
> it over (or would it be evil)?
> I'd say something like "we could save the community the labor," but I
> guess there's a good chance that the same person would do the work
> either way....
Maintenance of subversion.t.o appears to have fallen to me, though in light
of my plan for it, that's no big deal. Most of the old site will just
become pointers to the new. We certainly won't be trying to manage two
websites -- we absolutely do NOT want to create some kind of dual universe.
Obviously, until we get our issues migrated over, we'll continue to have
activity at subversion.t.o. And if we don't move our old downloads over to
Apache, those will also persist indefinitely. Also, there are some mailing
lists on the project (for translation teams and the likes) that will persist
as long as they are needed. But as far as I'm concerned, the overriding
tone of the site should be, "Subversion ain't here anymore -- you'll want to
C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
CollabNet <> www.collab.net <> Distributed Development On Demand
Received on 2010-01-19 23:22:28 CET