Maxim Sobolev wrote:
> I agree with Kris. These days it is not a big problem, especially for
> an opensource project, such as UUCP. Most obvious possibility is a
> Sourceforge - it provides all what is necessary (i.e. cvs repo, bug
> tracking database, mailing lists, www space, ftp space etc) at zero
> cost. And in my view it is even better option than /usr/src, because
> it is much easier to allow interested people to have r/w access to
> that private repo.

Sourceforge is based on the premise that you can create an
Open Source project by declaring one, which is untrue.  If
you want my opnions in detail, check the -chat and -advocacy

-- Terry

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