On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 3:26 PM, Tobi <listacco...@e-tobi.net> wrote:
> Hello everyone!
>
> http://projects.vdr-developer.org/news/135
>
> projects.vdr-developer.org is now hosted on a new server:
>
>  Opteron™ 1381 Quad-Core, 4 x 2,5 GHz
>  4 GB RAM
>  2 x 500 GB (Raid 1)
>  500 GB FTP Backup Space
>  IP: 85.214.78.111
>
> The server is still fully sponsored by xeatre.tv (http://www.xeatre.tv).
> Thanks a lot!
>
> Thanks to Siegmar as well for providing the subdomain!
>
> It's currently running a 64bit Debian/Squeeze with Kernel 2.6.32-5.
>
> I also took the chance to change some things under the hood. The updated
> Redmine now runs under a Mongrel cluster served by the Nginx webserver.
> This should give it a minor performance boost.
>
> git-web has been replaced by cgit, which is significantly faster. You
> might now also use the cgit-URL's to pull a repository via http.
> (http://projects.vdr-developer.org/git)
>
> Instead of gitosis, I now use gitolite to manage the Git-repositories. I
> have plans to integrate the repository and public key management into
> Redmine at some time, but don't expect this very soon.
>
> The username for SSH-write-access to the Git-repositories has been changed
> from 'gitosis' to 'git-vdr'. You can still continue to use the old
> username, but I might drop this sometimes. It is easily changed with:
>
>  git remote set-url origin \
>    git-...@projects.vdr-developer.org:<repository-name>.git
>
> If you are missing a feature, have any improvement suggestions or have
> any problem, please create an issue here:
>
>  http://projects.vdr-developer.org/projects/project-management/issues/new
>
> or contact me by mail:
>
>  p...@e-tobi.net
>
> I'm still fine-tuning everything and try to make
> projects.vdr-developer.org as secure and reliable as possible. So if the
> site isn't reachable in the next days for a short time, I might currently
> be working on it. Please try again later in this case or contact me.
>
> Have fun!
>
> Tobias

Thanks for making this happen.  It's a great resource for people, and
is appreciated!

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