Re: For discussion - CVS at sourceforge

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> Von: Ismael Valladolid Torres <ismaeval@xxxxxxx>
> lasm.rm wrote:
> >   it started when Ismael posted the Analogize script, then i noticed 
> > he had a German web page in some kind of source forge-like 
> > management system... which set me thinking ... hmm... how about 
> > giving source forge a try and see what it is like ?
> It's not that I have a german web page. [1]BerliOS is kind of a
> [2]Sourceforge clone, with kind of an european scope. I like it mainly
> for some reasons: Runs faster, it's less overbloated than Sourceforge
> and each project gets a wiki at [3]OpenFacts.

Just to make sure: do all of you know that exists? 

It doesn't offer CVS, but provides the developers with means to publish
plug-ins and scripts. Plus, it is a lot easier to use for the users than
Sourceforge systems - they are overwhelming, and unless you create a nice
page for your software yourself, actually quite ugly (more developer- than

So if all you're looking for is a site where scripts can be published,
create accounts at the registry and do it there (and not in the files
section of this group, I doubt that many potential users are subscribed


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