I'd love that., there's a great many improvements possible.

What do you guys think about moving the all of freeciv web-development to
In addition to pull requests, use it track issues aswell ?


On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 12:10 PM, "Andreas Røsdal" <andre...@pvv.ntnu.no>wrote:

> Hi!
> I think it's great that you want to update Freeciv-web to the latest
> Freeciv
> development code, so feel free to work on that on the freeciv github repo.
> Once you have completed the update of Freeciv-web I can
> begin again improving Freeciv-Web. I will follow your
> progress with great interest!
> Andreas
> >  I'm just doing checkout of freeciv-web again. I noticed that the
> > freeciv server is from last summer TRUNK, so it's a bit like bad sides
> > of both worlds (using stable branch vs development version): unstable
> > but old. Swithcing back to stable S2_5 would probably be
> > counter-productive at this point, so I think we should forward it to
> > use current development code again. Is it ok if I do? It's likely to
> > break thing or two for a while, so if you're about to get new version
> > to production soon, it's better to postpone the freeciv-server update
> > after that.
> >  All this assuming that I now get my freeciv-web development
> > environment to work again.
> >
> >
> >  - ML
> >
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