[osflash] Important: Source code repository support will be phased out in September
ekameleon at gmail.com
Fri Aug 8 15:25:27 PDT 2008
For me the dump of the SVN is VERY IMPORTANT .... 1121 revisions... lots of
sources, examples, documentation, comments in my SVN logs etc. i can't loose
my SVN revisions. It's impossible to loose it !
In Google Code i have projects with the same name.. if i want create a dump
with the good revisionning etc.. it's really complecated... For me this
solution isn't good in the current situation... My opensource work must be
respected please !
2008/8/9 zwetan <zwetan at gmail.com>
> On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 12:13 PM, Zárate <zzzarate at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > i think it's a good decision if no one has the time to manage new
> > projects and stuff. Just wanted to say that Google Code is NOT that
> > good in my opinion.
> I beg to differ STRONGLY
> and before spreading that kind of BS
> could you at least list WHY google code hosting is not that good ?
> > I find it extremely slow sometimes and they've been having problems
> > with "nice" domains too (http://hippohx.googlecode.com instead of
> > http://code.google.com/p/hippohx/).
> I don't get your point here ?
> you can just access your project with 2 different URL
> but where is the problem with that ?
> from http://code.google.com/p/support/wiki/WhatsNew
> "Easier way to get to project home pages
> Shorter, simpler URLs look better and are easier to remember. When
> developers put their heart into a project they want it to make the
> best first impression, which is often in the form of a URL in an email
> or on another web page.
> We've always valued clean URLs for project home pages, and have used
> http://code.google.com/p/PROJECTNAME since we started offering project
> hosting. Now, projects can also be reached via an even cleaner URL:
> http://PROJECTNAME.googlecode.com. "
> and for the "slow" argument, I think there are better chances
> to blame your internet connection than the google servers.
> > While i was setting up one talk about SVN i found out this list of
> > companies offering SVN services:
> > http://www.subversionary.org/hosting/hosting-services
> don't tell me you put that URL so people go check there
> and click on the ads right ?
> > And i wanted to ask people on the list if they have worked without
> > problems with any of these or others, either commercial or not. I'm
> > happy to pay a few quid a year for a decent service instead of relying
> > on ads and having a poor service.
> yes I work mainly with google code hosting and I will never switch
> again if you look here http://code.google.com/p/support/wiki/WhatsNew
> or simply if you use google code hosting more than 5mn
> you could see (and use) that
> "Source Code Review Tools
> Code reviews can be a very effective way to improve your code quality,
> and keep your project members involved in the changes that might
> affect their work. We now offer a source code review tool that is
> integrated with Google Code's project hosting.
> Reviewing code in your project is simple: browse any source file or
> diff, double click on a source line to add comments, then publish your
> comments along with a general comment and score for the revision. "
> more info here
> you see this is a feature totally made for people working on open
> source project,
> no other services offer that kind of feature
> they explain their goals here
> "Mission Statement
> To support the open source community by providing a scalable,
> reliable, and fast collaborative development environment for open
> source software, docs, and standards that promotes best practices in
> open source software engineering. "
> no come again and tell me that "google code hosting is not that good" again
> If you're really into open source development there is TWO services to use
> 1) google code hosting
> 2) ohloh
> they both have the right spirit about OSS
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