Jeremy Katz katzj at redhat.com
Mon Jun 18 19:39:03 UTC 2007

On Mon, 2007-06-18 at 15:19 -0400, Jesse Keating wrote:
> 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.

Yeah, that's a much better way to say what I was trying to get at :-)


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