Farewell to Google Code ... now where?

Jens M. Felderhoff j.m.f at gmx.li
Mon Mar 16 13:19:37 CDT 2015

On Fri, 2015-03-13 at 21:09 +0100, Stefan Sperling wrote:

> Github is ok with me. Since it supports SVN we don't even need to use git :)

Is it really a full-fledged svn client or a limited frontend to git?

> Going back to red-bean is not an option?
> I suspect you simply don't want to deal with the admin side of things?
> We could ask assembla for free hosting of the svn repository and issue tracking.
> They might be happy to host us.
> I could host the book's SVN repository at in-berlin.de (a non-profit ISP
> based in Berlin), on the same server as svn.dslinux.org.
> SSH access for committers is possible.
> I'm already hosting a backup build of the book there: http://stsp.name/svnbook/
> For issues, we'd need something else, though.

What about the ASF it also hosts Subversion itself, why not the book?



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