[Tilecache] Shifting Dev to OSGeo
frederic.junod at camptocamp.com
Wed Jan 13 02:30:00 EST 2010
I'm also in flavor of moving the project to OSGeo: if people (like me
...) want to use other VCS they can use git-svn.
On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 10:55 PM, Christopher Schmidt
<crschmidt at metacarta.com> wrote:
> So for a while, TileCache has been hosted at MetaCarta; while that's been
> the case, I've been lazy insofar as I have not actually managed it well
> or set up a trac/ticket tracker.
> I see a couple possibilities for fixing this:
> * Migrate to some other public hosting of SVN (Google code or the like)
> * Migrate to some other public hosting of not-SVN (github or the like)
> * Migrate to OSGeo infrastructure
> The latter requires cursory approval of the OSGeo SAC, but I'm not concerned
> about that, particularly.
> I'm in favor of moving to OSGeo; TileCache makes a good project alongside many
> of the OSGeo software projects (MapServer, GeoServer, PostGIS, OpenLayers,
> etc.) However, I realize the popularity of distributed VCS, and if we're
> going to make a shift, I understand the desire to do so once :)
> Does Github's ticket tracking let people do what they want for ticket
> tracking, or would trac be more useful?
> I have no particularly strong incentive for SVN, just what I'm familiar
> with; if others prefer github, especially given the current tendancy for
> people to hack their own TC stuff together, I'm happy to support that
> (I'm attempting to migrate some of the services off an overloaded machine
> at MC, hence the reason for transition, and this affords the oppourtunity
> to evaluate what TileCache actually needs now that we've had the
> project around for a couple years, and it's relatively stable.)
> Christopher Schmidt
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