[geojquery] Current infrastructure
jansen at terrestris.de
Tue Jul 6 07:03:45 EDT 2010
I am +1 on a change in infrastructure. And while we are at it: Im pro
git/github as well.
When the name is finally fixed, someone (Volker?) has my personal go to
set up everything.
Thanks and regards,
Am 06.07.2010 11:07, schrieb Roald de Wit:
> Hi Volker and list,
> Setting up a Trac instance on OSGeo should probably not much more than
> creating ticket in OSGeo's SAC. I'd be happy to initiate this, but
> will wait till you hear back from the jQuery forum.
> WRT git: OL3 is being developed on github in order to allow rapid
> development. I think that geojquery is in a similar state as OL3: many
> big changes will be made, many experimental branches, etc.
> We need to learn git one day, why not now? :-)
> On 06/07/10 18:36, Volker Mische wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I really dislike the current infrastructure. I think we should move
>> ASAP to OSGeo with a nice Trac instance. So if anyone could make this
>> happen it would be great (I sadly don't have time myself).
>> I've also posted (as promised months ago) at the jQuery forum if it's
>> OK to use the name geojquery . Let's see what happens (might be
>> important before a project is setup on OSGeo).
>> Another alternative would be to move to Github/Gitorious, though I
>> can understand if the burden of learing Git is too high.
>>  http://forum.jquery.com/topic/using-jquery-in-a-plugin-name
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