Joe Conway <mail(at)joeconway(dot)com> writes:
> I have not bothered to start a pgfoundry project yet -- thoughts?
For the visibility of the project, pgfoundry is still a good idea it
seems, even if you still have to register separately for the online
Now, AFAIUI, if you want to ease the porting of the pgfoundry platform
to something else, the best is not to use much of the features there (if
any), but host the project at github or google code or whatever, and
link from pgfoundry.
For example, I've been switching the code hosting of my extensions from
pgfoundry to github for some time now (switching as soon as maintenance
is needed, git cvsimport is all I need to migrate).
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