Re: Update #1 [RFC: Introducing Debian Enhancement Proposals (DEPs)]
(we're getting offtopic here)
On Thu, 17 Jan 2008, MJ Ray wrote:
> > Based on the number of repositories hosted on Alioth. And on day-to-day
> > work within many Debian teams.
> What's the attraction of hosting git on Alioth? I've had one request
> to clone from my own public server there, but haven't got around to it.
There's a gitweb instance so anyone can easily browse the history without
needing git. It's backupped and it allows multiple people to push in the
> I suspect Debian team adoption might be self-perpetuating.
Possibly but svn is more than enough for maintaining simple debian
directories. And most packages are simple.
> > You don't even have to install svn on your own machine, you log into
> > alioth, and do the svn checkout/commit there.
> Please can you tell me how to get git-svn to do that?
I wasn't speaking of git-svn here.
> If it's possible, is it a bug for git-svn to depend on libsvn1 via
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