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Re: Introduction

On Sun, 2006-05-07 at 22:50 -0300, Hugo Cisneiros wrote:

> - As we are creating parallel documentation in Brazilian Portuguese, we 
> don't know if it'll be necessary in the main project. So we'll be 
> mirroring the FDP system (from cvs) to another host and begin working in 
> it the same way we would work in the official one. I'll be setting this 
> infraestructury shortly.

I encourage you to use the Fedora infrastructure at
cvs.fedoraproject.org.  You get:

* CVS, hosted, supported, backed-up, don't have to worry about it
* Account system that requires people to sign a CLA
  - This means you can more easily license the work under the OPL
  - Which means easy integration into FDP
* Existing documentation on how to get an account, use the CVS, etc.
* Instant updates to the toolchain

If the transit over the Internet is too slow ... perhaps there is a way
you can work distributed?  Maybe you could use git/mercurial instead,
although we haven't looked at that at all for FDP.  But maybe we should.

- Karsten
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