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Re: hosting of the tsvn site

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 14:11:57 +0100

Simon Large wrote:

>> One thing to consider here: the /www directory gets checked out together
>> with our sourcecode - some people might not like it if that directory
>> gets too big :)
>> But then again: compare that with the /www directory of the subclipse
>> project, and we're fine :)
> 1.5 has sparse checkouts :-)

So true :)

> Can we use a separate repository for www?

Unfortunately, no.

>> >> 5) do we really need those? If yes, we could write a script that
>> >> generates a static html page in our /www directory, and that script
>> >> would be run once a day together with the nightly builds. Or Lübbe could
>> >> run it manually from time to time and commit the changes to tigris.
>> >
>> > No comment - that's Lübbe's department ;-)
>> Please, comment anyway - otherwise I'll have a hard time convincing
>> Lübbe to give his hourly stats up!
> Well we could leave it on tortoisesvn.net and if it has some downtime
> it will not be a major inconvenience.

Also true. I think the first step is to move the download page and the
FAQ over to tigris.

>> Yes, but if the server goes down, the most important parts (download
>> page, docs and FAQ) would still be online. If the nightly builds are not
>> available for an hour or so, that wouldn't hurt that much.
> IIRC tigris.org had quite a bit of downtime previously too.

I haven't noticed any downtime on tigris? At least not recently.

>> Another good reason for reviews: birthdays :)
> Yours or TSVN's?

Mine - I'm getting old :(


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