[Tor www-team] Moving things forward!
rey at spcshp.com
Mon Jan 20 12:49:22 UTC 2014
+1 for GitHub just because:
* Many people have a GitHub account and have all the moving parts set up to jump straight into development
* I find the issue tracker very user friendly and simple for non developers to use
On Monday, 20 January 2014 at 12:45, Eric Schaefer wrote:
> I can provide hosting for a git repo on my Dreamhost shared server, if GitHub is a problem for some people. I’ll gladly hand over SSH credentials to someone who knows how to setup gitolite (https://github.com/sitaramc/gitolite/) or another solution for multi-user git hosting. If this doesn’t work on a shared hosting environment, then maybe someone else has a VPS instance they can throw out there?
> GitHub is nice for issue tracking and moving quickly, and it’s exceptionally easy for newbies (i.e. content, if it’s in markdown files, can be edited right in the GitHub UI), but I totally understand reservations that some people have with a third-party service. Just my two cents.
> On Jan 20, 2014, at 12:48 PM, Max Jakob Maass <max at velcommuta.de (mailto:max at velcommuta.de)> wrote:
> > Signed PGP part
> > >> Perhaps this discussion can be-picked up*, and a git repo can be
> > > initiated :)
> > >
> > > +1 from me.
> > >
> > > Thoughts on going about this? Initial questions:
> > >
> > > * In the case of evaluating static publishing tools, would it be a
> > > case of creating a repo for each then having folk hack on those?
> > >
> > > * Where would these initial repos be created? GitHub? Elsewhere?
> > > Does it even matter?
> > Perhaps staying on the Projects infrastructure would be best, as the
> > integration with the trac would probably help (as opposed to opening
> > another bugtracker on GitHub).
> > Although github does have the advantage of providing pull requests and
> > similar things... In which case we would need n >= 1 active
> > maintainers who check and manage pull requests, while people can work
> > on their own forks.
> > I know of some people who have problems with things being hosted on
> > GitHub, and I don't know what the stance inside the Tor Project is on
> > that. Andrew / Lunar, what would your opinion be?
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