[PEAK] Trellis future (forking)

Sergey Schetinin maluke at gmail.com
Thu Jun 25 05:29:47 EDT 2009

I don't really mind DVCS's but Subversion served me so well all these
years that I just don't see a reason to move away from it. As they
say: if it's not broken -- don't fix it. Thanks for suggestions

On 2009-06-25, Antoine Boegli <antoine.boegli at sunrise.ch> wrote:
> If you don't mind using Mercurial, there are some other solutions :
>  sharesource.org and bitbucket.org are quite interesting.
>  On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 10:13 AM, Sergey Schetinin<maluke at gmail.com> wrote:
>  > On 2009-06-25, Kyle VanderBeek <kylev at kylev.com> wrote:
>  >> Argh, bummer.  I'm not s huge fan of Sourceforge, but they have
>  >>  switched away from a lot of their in-house crap to things like trac.
>  >>  They also added support for the 3 major DVCS systems (git, hg, bzr) as
>  >>  well as CVS and SVN.  They also support multiple licenses, and I know
>  >>  PSF is on their list; they seem to allow anything OSI approved.
>  >
>  > Sourceforge is an option. I also run svn and trac on my server, so
>  > that would work as well. assembla.com is free for open-source
>  > projects, and that would probably my first choice if it turns out that
>  > I have to migrate from Google Code.
> --
>  Antoine Boegli
>  software engineer & linux expert

Best Regards,
Sergey Schetinin

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