On Tue, Jun 12, 2007 at 09:06:58AM +0100, Dave Page wrote:
> I've created a pgweb project on pgFoundry to migrate from GBorg to. The
> original idea was to migrate the CVS and just lose the bugs etc. as
> they're largely out of date at the moment anyway. We can make an effort
> to be more organised with the more usable pgFoundry trackers in the future.
They're only slightly more usable, but still ;-)
Agreed (again) on the fact that we just drop whatever's tehre now. It's all
insanely out of date.
> Magnus has since come up with an idea though, that instead of using CVS
> on pgFoundry, we move the website CVS to an SVN repository actually on
> wwwmaster to remove the dependency on pgFoundry for the operation of the
> website. This seems like a fine idea to me - any other thoughts or ideas?
Can we set up some way to replicate that repository *back* into pgfoundry?
Might be nice for "outsiders" to be able to use the cvs viewer... Or we
just add a simplistic cvs viewer on wwwmaster for them?
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