Re: Introducing Alioth: SourceForge for Debian
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- Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2003 11:41:35 +0200
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- In-reply-to: <20030331173454.GA20303@riva.ucam.org> (Colin Watson's message of "Mon, 31 Mar 2003 18:34:54 +0100")
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Colin Watson (2003-03-31 18:34:54 +0100) :
> On Mon, Mar 31, 2003 at 11:05:05AM -0600, Drew Scott Daniels wrote:
>> I see it was mentioned that cvs.debian.org will likely be (or maybe
>> technically already has been) depreciated in favor of Alioth. I
>> wonder if this is the case with the debian BTS?
> Not to my knowledge, and I think it would be a bad idea. I agree
> that the SourceForge-style one should probably be disabled.
The BTS in Alioth is enabled or disabled on a per-project basis, at
the discretion of the project admin(s). If your project is a package,
you'll probably want to disable it. If it's a project "whose goal is
to promote Debian or one of its derivatives", then you may need/want
it. What was the motto of X again? Something about "providing tools,
not policies"? I feel the same about Alioth.
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