On 02.03.18 04:31, Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
> On Thu 2018-03-01 08:29:54 +0100, Patrick Brunschwig wrote:
>> Sourceforge is fully operational again since at least a week. I create
>> all builds from my build server, which would always at first update from
>> git at <https://pbrunsch...@git.code.sf.net/p/enigmail/source
>> enigmail-source>.
> I've been using git://git.code.sf.net/p/enigmail/source for ages, and it
> is not working at all, so i have to differ about "fully operational".

Yes, it's down again.

> I'm assuming that you don't actually want me to use pbrunschwig@ in the
> URL?

No, that won't work - it was my mistake.

>> So far, I did nothing more than "reserve" the name, such that nobody
>> else take it (unlike "enigmail" on Github). I assume you're "dkg" on Gitlab?
> yep, i'm "dkg" on gitlab and github and pretty much everywhere just to
> keep things simple :)
> I wonder whether we should complain to the github folks about name
> squatting.  i don't know what their policy is there.

Yes, I could. But I actually decided for Gitlab. A mirrored repository
of Enigmail is now available on Gitlab (and apparently Gitlab was able
to get the repository sometime over night):


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