Re: Project Hosting [Was Re: Minutes of the GNOME ...]

Why don't I forward whatever you like to the SF lead, Pat, who can committ
, in writing if you like, to what you guys need.


Linux Community Evangelist, VA Linux Systems  
President, Silicon Valley Linux Users Group     
Grant Chair, Linux International.                  
Co-editor, Open Sources	                       

On Mon, 4 Dec 2000, Dan Mueth wrote:

> On 3 Dec 2000, Havoc Pennington wrote:
> > So why not have two machines; current for core projects, and
> > an alternative host that anyone writing gfoo can quickly get set up
> > on. The alternative host could just be sourceforge, or we could ask VA
> > for a special box running sourceforge software calls
> > or something, or we could plop a box running some
> > of this software at the RH colocation site. Lots of options.
> Who is the best person to ask VA about this?  The main question is whether
> they can give us a server running SourceForge with a flexible and
> easy-to-administer ACLS on it.
> If this is not possible, then lets have projects use SourceForge for
> everything except CVS and then set up a second CVS server with ACLS for
> non-core applications.  If VA can give us the CVS server with ACLS then
> that would be nice.  Otherwise lets put it at the RH colocation site and
> look for a couple new admins from the GNOME community.
> Dan
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