Terry Lambert wrote:
> 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
I am not sure how this could defeat the fact that you can get a necessary
ftp/www/cvs/etc space easily.
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