I'd rather have one project. But I'd rather have two projects, one
forking off the other, if the original goes stagnant.
Mick seems to own the server and nobody else seems to have commit access to it, as all of the commits are from him.
On 27/01/2006, at 10:46 PM, Francis Gulotta wrote:
I haven't been involved with kismac for a long time*, Mick's busy but he's the head hauncho last I checked. I was assuming other people were brought in to help. That being said, why not bring other people in to help? If there's a server (Doesn't Mick have one, what do we use now?) and an admin for the svn/trac then why not? I'd much rather have one project then fork out and have a few.
*and even then...
On Jan 27, 2006, at 6:56 AM, themacuser wrote:
Yeah, I have tried to contact him too on a few occasions, he said that he'd try to include my patches in the next version (r76 as r75 was the one out at the time), it didn't happen.
On 27/01/2006, at 10:20 PM, numE wrote:
I tried to contact mick serveral times in the past.. concerning universal binary support, etc... i never got any response... perhaps you'll have more luck...
Geoffrey Kruse schrieb:I hosted the cvs server for KisMac back in the day on my cable
connection... I could possibly do the same for SVN but it would be
nothing spectacular speed wise. Also just a thought, I'd wait to hear
from Mick and get his thoughts on forking etc. It might just be
easier to wait until he responds and use the current server setup,
maybe adding trac. Adding admins to a project is a lot less work than
Geoff On Jan 27, 2006, at 7:42 AM, themacuser wrote:
The trouble is that trac requires a server. At the moment, gm2.ath.cx
is a bit small to handle something like svn managment or something
like trac. Can someone else offer a server? I've sent in an
application to SourceForge for the project, we might not end up
needing it, but we can use it just to provide downloads etc if need
Subversion is only available to some projects in a beta test, but
IME, subversion has no real differences from CVS in actual practice.
Some time around February is the planned release date for giving SVN
to everyone. That's not too far away.
Anyone want to be a project admin and help set things up?
On 27/01/2006, at 10:02 PM, numE wrote:
We could swap to another hoster later... if there are problems. another thing we should definitly look at is the so called "trac system". it's much better than the default sourceforge thing.
here you can see it in action:
trac.adiumx.com (adiumx is an osx instant messager probably all of you
Francis Gulotta schrieb:This is really cool, but I don't know if they offer svn to every project yet or if it's still in trial. Just look out for it. -Francis
On Jan 27, 2006, at 6:22 AM, themacuser wrote:
I'm signing up a project page on sourceforge now. Do you want to be
an admin on the project too? Sign up at http://sf.net and tell me
On 27/01/2006, at 9:48 PM, themacuser wrote:
Excellent! I like it. Now how did I not think of that? On 27/01/2006, at 9:43 PM, numE wrote:
What about KisMac Reloaded? :-)
themacuser schrieb:I was thinking we should go with sourceforge - that's where most
opensource projects go.
Does anyone else think we should/shouldn't?
If we do want to fork off KisMac, we sould change the project
KisMac seemed to be non open-source in the early days before SVN...
The SVN release seems to be named KisMacNG (NG standing for next
How about calling the release "KisMacTG" as in third generation?
On 27/01/2006, at 1:47 AM, numE wrote:
It seems like there are some people willing to restart the development of kismac.
What about setting up a new SVN server + bugtracker etc? this is a very nice system: http://trac.edgewall.com/
the adiumx guys use it, too.
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