Re: On and gitorious

> > With a gitorious instance set up, we'd achieve both a place for
> > personal branches, stopping the "delete work-in-progress branch from
> >, then create it again, pushing all commits because I
> > rebased" dance, and a place where it's easier to set up accounts for
> > newcomers (which is a reason why the design work doesn't happen on
> >
> If we were to change the infrastructure we use for hosting git trees,
> we'd need something more concrete than "wouldn't it be nice". Please
> give us a list of advantages, changes, potential pitfalls, pricing, etc.
> For example, why gitorious and not github?

I think you misunderstood sth, this is about setting up a private
instance of the gitorious software on gnome servers, not moving
infrastructure to

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