jkeating at redhat.com
Mon Jun 18 19:19:11 UTC 2007
On Monday 18 June 2007 15:09:29 Jeremy Katz wrote:
> There are other things where we've set up repos (generally under the
> hosted space but not always) that also don't need the full "hosted"
> treatment. And being able to continue doing so is very valuable.
> And it will become even more needed as we get things moved from elvis ->
> fp.org. Having a "hosted" project is overkill for a lot of the things
> there, but they definitely need some SCM bits.
Perhaps it's worth pointing out that we can do "hosting" without a Trac space.
The Hosting right now is really 2 part. SCM space and a group in FAS to
manage write access to it, and a Trac instance. In the future there may be
other parts like raw webspace to host http or file content (such as release
tarballs...), shell accounts to manage said files, etc... We can host
projects that use some or all of these services. By no means should each and
every project have to make use of or even have each and every service.
Release Engineer: Fedora
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