HEAD and branch swap?
selsky at columbia.edu
Thu Jan 7 00:04:59 EST 2010
On Jan 6, 2010, at 7:09 PM, Dave McMurtrie wrote:
> Jeff, Ken and I have been discussing this recently. The way we currently have things (the cvs repository, the wiki, the website and bugzilla) set up makes it inherently difficult for us to allow external contributors to work on the Cyrus project. At the very least, it requires the creation of a CMU account which is becoming more difficult to do for us.
> We thought about setting up a dedicated Cyrus development host that is completely separate from our normal infrastructure. On this host we would run a git/cvs repository, the wiki, bugzilla and the website. We would just create local accounts on the host to allow for external contributors.
> This frees us from needing to provide a full CMU account for folks, and it also frees us from the machine maintenance software we run in our environment that makes it difficult to do things like throw up a git installation.
Would it make any sense to use SourceForge/Berlios/Github/etc so we can off-load some of the system administration work of maintaining a stand-alone host?
More information about the Cyrus-devel