Agree with Kyle. Globulation isn't a GNU project anyway is it?
fre 9 feb. 2018 kl 02:41 skrev Kyle L <k...@randomvoids.com>:
> Github is a business and from that standpoint I really don't care if the
> all open projects to have their license in the header of their source
> files. The fact is they've become the primary spot for open source
> software, they've got good uptime, their services are fast, and their
> systems are secure. From a usability standpoint they beat the competitors.
> It's also where you'll find the largest amount of people willing to
> contribute to an open source project. Those are the things I would rather
> be looking at while choosing a host over whether or not they force every
> project to be ideologically perfect.
> I'm for moving to github and updating our docs to match.
> On Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 10:18 AM, Tirifto <tiri...@posteo.cz> wrote:
>> Leo Wandersleb píše v St 07. 02. 2018 v 14:44 -0300:
>> > Hi list,
>> > I wonder if our main repository on bitbucket/hg confuses users and if
>> > it would help to move to github/git?!?
>> I can't speak for Git nor Mercurial, but should you eventually decide
>> for Git, I'd like to ask and suggest for GitHub not to be used.
>> GitHub has some serious issues which make it a poor choice, notably
>> being partly unusable without non-libre software. Please see GNU
>> Ethical Repository Criteria Evaluations at the link below.
>> Instead I recommend for either GitLab¹ or NotABug² to be used, both of
>> which show to care about libre software, with the former being well-
>> known enough to rival GitHub's fame, should that be a concern for you.
>> > glob2 gets mild interest every now and then and if you know git, hg
>> > is not a great hurdle to overcome but in order to make it more
>> > accessible, I could migrate everything to github/git. Is this helpful
>> > or is it disruptive?
>> > Regards,
>> > Leo
>> Best wishes
>> // Tirifto
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