Elvis-hosted modules to be moved on 18/2

Noriko Mizumoto noriko at redhat.com
Mon Feb 4 03:26:30 UTC 2008

Dimitris Glezos wrote:
> **NOTE**:  This is an *opt out* move of Fedora-as-upstream packages to
> a new hosting service.  If you feel your package(s) cannot participate
> in this move, you must explicitly state it on the wiki page.  Read on
> for full details.
> Hey all.
> In the previous release cycle, we initiated a move of the modules
> hosted on rhlinux.redhat.com (aka i18n.r.c, elvis), over to Fedora
> systems [1]. The benefits are fairly obvious: work closer with the
> community, development efficiency (versioning system of choice baby!),
> administration ease (Fedora Account System, fedorahosted.org),
> well-integrated L10n tools, and a better translation workflow. Good
> stuff! :)
> We'll be having another, *final move* of the rest of the modules on
> the 18th of February 2008. The modules listed on the following
> coordination page are ones that Fedora is upstream, hosted on elvis,
> active, and receiving translations -- they will be moved to the
> maintainer's VCS of choice on Fedora Infrastructure.
>  http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/RFR/FinalElvisMove
> IIRC, we currently do cvs, svn, hg, git, bzr. Projects hosted on
> cvs.fedoraproject.org can receive translations directly. All modules
> will be listed on the Translation Statistics page [2] and will use
> Transifex [3] (already in production) for handling translation
> submissions from all translators. All past and present elvis
> contributors (developers, translators, foo) will be mass-emailed with
> information for the migration, and guided by existing teams to create
> Fedora accounts and continue their work.
> The process is *opt out*, so by default all modules listed on the
> above page will be *moved* (ie. deleted from elvis). Unless requested
> explicitly, default target is cvs.fpo. If you need one of the above
> mentioned modules to stay on elvis for a reason, please mark it
> clearly on the wiki page together with a justification. Any other
> information we should know (dead projects that shouldn't move, details
> we should take care, etc) -- just let us know on the wiki page.
> Thanks for your attention.

Thank YOU x 100s!
It looks very nicely organized giving clear picture.
Great job.


> -d
> [1]: http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-June/msg01992.html
> [2]: http://translate.fedoraproject.org/
> [3]: https://translate.fedoraproject.org/submit/

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