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Re: [fab] project hosting?



Why's that Greg? If we provide a SourceForge instance to Fedora you can customize it to meet your needs, you'll have site admin access (i.e. complete control over the site) hardware and network will be managed by the team that looks after SourceForge.net 24x7, access to the SourceForge mirrors around the world and you'll get the visibility and community
support from the largest open source nexus on the planet :-)

Would be useful if there were a list of requirements for hosting Fedora then all of the candidates could respond with what
they can and can't do for Fedora.

Col

Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:

I think Savannah is the right choice, myself.

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On Tue, 18 Apr 2006, Bill Nottingham wrote:

So, someone today wanted to move a Fedora-related bit of source
to externally available CVS. This was easily enough done; just
import it onto cvs.fedora:/cvs/devel, add an ACL, etc.

He then asked 'now, what if I want to release tarballs?'. Oops.

So, this leads to: what do we want to do for project hosting?

- CVS/<scm-of-choice>?
- mailing lists?
- bug tracking?
- web space?

How do we tie it together? Do we take the savannah software?
Something else? Roll our own? (shudder)

This is going to become even more of a need when we decomission
i18n.redhat.com and move all of that source...

Bill

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