Bug#231591: RFP: savane -- a Web-based Free Software hosting system.
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I read your RFP for savane on -devel yesterday.
I planned to register a project on savannah, but I noticed that they still
haven't managed to resume back to normal after the compromise, i.e. they
don't accept new projects.
If I understand correctly, you're one of the savannah-hackers, so my question
arises: Are you (with your two fellows) planning to provide a French
replacement for savannah? Since GNA! started from scratch, you're able to
accept new projects right now, is this correct?
Being sponsored by FSF France, is GNA! intended to mainly provide hosting
facilities for French developers, or is it open to everyone?
And another question as well: Is GNA! offering GNU arch support as a
Regarding your question in the RFP, I'd be willing to join your team for the
packaging work, if there's still need. I have to admit that I don't know
(yet) the code of savannah and savane, so I have no idea of how complex that
might get, but still -- if you need some help, I'll be glad to join in.
Note: I'm not a DD, but I do maintain four sponsored packages in Debian.
"We either learn from history or, uh, well, something bad will happen."
-- Bob Church
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