On Wed, 12 Dec 2007 21:33:19 -0600 Mike McGrath <mmcgrath redhat com> wrote: > we've had a request to support monotone on hosted. Instead of having > this conversation in private I thought it best to put it on the > list. So thoughts? This is part "do we want to support monotone" and > part "do we want hosted to be more then svn, hg, git, bzr". > > In general I'm happy supporting only those 4, we can't be everything > for everyone and AFAIK we're the only OSS project with a hosted > offering that supports 4 SCM's. So far, the SCMs we support have been driven mostly by the SCMs that Trac supports, with the exception to bzr which I had nothing to do with setting up. So the questions are, does Trac support monotone, does monotone lend itself to a hosted environment (easy ssh commit access, http anon access, useful web browser, easy to create empty repos for developers to fill, etc...), is it in EPEL, does it have a security track record, and uh... is there anybody on the infrastructure team that feels like they could become our site expert on it? -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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