As you’re no doubt already aware, we’re in the process of upgrading projects to our new developer platform. The new platform is named Allura, and is in incubation at the Apache Software Foundation.
In recent weeks, we’ve been upgrading projects that have been inactive for a while. Now, it’s time to start upgrading everyone else. As you can no doubt understand, we’re anxious to complete this process so we can spend less time maintaining the old platform, and more time improving the new one. However, we also want to be sure that you have plenty of time to check out the new platform and have your concerns, if any, addressed.
We’re going to start upgrading active projects starting on Monday, April 22, starting with the longest-inactive and moving forward. Since each upgrade takes a different amount of time, depending on the size of the repositories, mailing list archives, and so on, we can’t tell for sure when we’ll get to your project.
If you’re ready to go ahead and upgrade your project now, or to read more what’s involved in the upgrade, you can do that at http://sf.net/p/upgrade/
If you have a specific concern about the upgrade, or need to delay the upgrade of your project, due to a release or other project activity, please get in touch NOW, at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can work something out.