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Re: repository location

From: Stefan Fuhrmann <stefanfuhrmann_at_alice-dsl.de>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 20:13:08 +0100

On Wed, 10 Mar 2010 19:17:09, Stefan Küng wrote:

>Some time ago I've created a doc listing the pros and cons of various
>open source hosting solutions since I'm not very happy with the UI and
>the limitations on tigris.org.
>I'd like to propose that we move our repository to Google code. I've
>listed the reasons why in said document, which you can find here:
>For now, I suggest we only move the repository to Google code. Mailing
>lists and websites can wait for now.

+1 on moving the repository. The new server should
be faster and https support is definitely a plus when
proxies get don't handle webdav/deltaV.

We may want to keep the old server, though, to have
a relatively slow test repository.

+/-0 on moving the mailing lists. For me, they worked
reasonably well and I use haxx.se archives only, anyways.

-0 on moving the download away from SF.net. The only
problem were reports of occasional corruptions. But
my impression is that they are rare enough to either
attribute them to problems outside SF or to expect
similar issues from any other vendor.

-0 on moving tsvn.net. The only reason to move would
be saving money, right (which is fair enough)?

Generally, it seems that there is no reason to centralize
everything on one site - having different servers worked
quite well so far. But on the other hand, I don't have to
cope with the management overhead. So, take this as
the personal opinion of an outsider ;)

-- Stefan^2.


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