From: Enrico Scholz (enrico.scholz_at_informatik.tu-chemnitz.de)
Date: Wed 04 May 2005 - 19:34:59 BST
sam_at_vilain.net (Sam Vilain) writes:
> I have set up a new project on OpenFoundry.org for util-vserver.
> OpenFoundry is like SourceForge, except it doesn't suck.
> (no hyphens allowed in project names! bummer)
> For now the important thing it has is a public read-only Subversion
> server, and is trivial for project Admins to invite other people to be
> So, you can grab the latest version of util-vserver from;
> Then use "svn update" & friends to pull down new versions! :-D
mmh... I am not very happy with the way how this was solved, because:
* afais, the complete history of changes was lost in the SVN reimport
* the svn repository contains lots of autogenerated files (e.g. ChangeLog,
Makefile.in, configure, ...) which should not be handled by SCM systems
* I do not think that Subversion is so much better than CVS that a change
is required. Changeset support or support of distributed development
would be arguments convincing me but SVN does not offer these features.
* what's wrong with current hosting at savannah? Ok, they are excessively
paranoid which makes things like file uploads nearly impossibly. But I
still have hope that it will be fixed.
First two points can be perhaps solved by converting the CVS tree but I
never did such a conversion. As already mentioned, I do not see the
necessity of such a step.
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