The FSF Europe recommends: avoid SourceForge
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Tue Nov 13 08:33:40 UTC 2001
On Tuesday 13 November 2001 5:29 am, you wrote:
> > No-one will benefit from VA going under right now, least of all FSFE if
> > their hands have blood on them.
> Ah, seems what we have here is a dilema.. ;)
> Do we disagree with what they are doing, but acknoledge that the good
> outweighs the bad, do we personally try to find and encourage other
> solutions, or do we make ourselves loud...
I think the problem also stems from Loic's (& others) inability to do
anything useful with the codebase as it stands: I'm under the impression
maintaining & extending SF is incredibly difficult currently; which doesn't
surprise me because I had the same problem a while ago (maintaining a SF).
It's not really much good to attempt a fork in this instance.
BTW - another respository is www.tigris.org, but that's limited to certain
types of project.
> Oh, btw, are there any planned meetings or anything in the future? I still
> haven't met any of you guys.. ;)
John, get yourself on fsfe-uk at gnu.org :)
We're meeting this Sunday!!!
The place is Aston University in Birmingham - if you can make it, you need to
tell Marc Eberhard (m.a.eberhard at aston.ac.uk) quickly, to get your name on
the list (otherwise you might not get past the security guards :).
/me resolves to keep an eye out on discussion at fsfeurope.org for UKers ;)
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