[Zoo-discuss] Versioning system
gerald.fenoy at geolabs.fr
Tue Jul 2 07:10:47 PDT 2013
I don't know enough about those hosting solutions.
From my point of view it would be better to keep the Trac system we are currently using as it is also used to maintain the web-site up-to-date and with its own design.
Note that we may make Trac using a git backend rather than a SVN one.
I noticed on  that the Trac project itself is still using the Subversion and get up-to-date copy of its source tree in both Git and Mercurial repositories.
Maybe we may add a Mercurial repositories as up-to-date copy of the SVN source tree. Does anyone would like to take care of setting this up ?
Waiting for your comments,
Le 2 juil. 2013 à 15:52, Luca Delucchi <lucadeluge at gmail.com> a écrit :
> On 2 July 2013 15:41, Fenoy Gerald <gerald.fenoy at geolabs.fr> wrote:
>> Dear René-Luc,
>> I simply changed the thread as I think it is the right place to ask such question. I mean, the zoo-discuss list.
>> Angelos setup a github  which is up-to-date with the SVN server. I think this was sufficient.
>> If you require the ZOO-Project to change to a more modern solution for version control, you should send a request for a vote on the zoo-psc/zoo-discuss list.
>> This will then voted through the standard procedure (by email or during the next PSC Meeting).
>> I guess we may wait for comment on ZOO-Discuss before requesting for a vote on that topic.
> I like git concepts but I never use it for a "big project" but I'll be
> happy to use it for zoo-project.
> I think that zoo-project, as for the other OSGeo project, should be
> not in github but in gitorious because the first is close source
> instead the second one is free and open source
>> Waiting for comments,
>> Best regards,
>> Gérald Fenoy
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