On Thu, 2003-07-31 at 18:32, MJ Ray wrote: > On 2003-07-31 17:56:45 +0100 Mark H. Wilkinson <mhw+wily@xxxxxxxxxxx> > wrote: > > A while ago we discussed the possibility of putting the code into one > > of > > the public project-hosting sites. The options seem to be: > > I don't really remember, but why not make an arch archive of it and > upload it somewhere, as a starting point? > http://arch.fifthvision.net/ has some pages on it and > http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/gnu-arch shows where one > implementation is heading. Hmm; I'm not familiar with arch, so would have a preference for a CVS repository. Are there sites offering free arch-hosting, or does that concept not make sense? > > So, is it worth going through the process of getting the source code > > into one of these public repositories? > > It's worth publishing it, but are you going to remain the maintainer > (please)? I'm happy to carry on maintaining the code, integrating patches and such like. I'm just hoping that by opening things up a bit development might start to actually move forward, rather than remaining at a stand-still! -Mark.