Just giving everyone an update on our status of the migration. We are
very close to finishing the move from Sourceforge.net CVS to
github.com. Last Wednesday, we shut off write access to the old CVS
system to both NAnt and NAntContrib projects to aid in the migration.
As stated previously, the old CVS system will remain online in
readonly mode just for historical purposes. At this point, the next
email that we will send out for this thread will be officially
announcing the new paths to the github repos. The estimated completed
date is currently Sunday, November 13.
On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 9:39 PM, Ryan Boggs <rmboggs@...> wrote:
> Hi again,
> I just wanted to remind everyone that we will be turning off write
> access to both NAnt/NAntContrib cvs repositories at sourceforge.net in
> preparation for the move. If anyone out there has any last minute
> commits that have been sitting around for awhile, now is the time to
> commit. Otherwise, you will have to wait until the repositories at
> github have been setup.
> Another reminder for those who have committed to either projects in
> the past and have a preference of what id/email address to associate
> your past commits with, please visit the online form and provide the
> necessary information so we will use the most current information
> possible. The form can be found here:
> Thank you to those who have already taken the time to fill out this information.
> On Sat, Nov 5, 2011 at 4:53 PM, Ryan Boggs <rmboggs@...> wrote:
>> As a result of the feedback received these past few weeks, the
>> decision has been made to move development of the NAnt/NAntContrib
>> projects from sourceforge.net to github.com. Starting this week, we
>> will begin the process of converting the current sourceforge.net CVS
>> repository so it can be imported into github.com. The current
>> schedule is as follows:
>> * Wednesday, Nov 9th, 2011 7:00PM PST (GMT - 8 hours) -
>> sourceforge.net CVS repositories will be locked
>> The current cvs repo will be set to readonly on this date. If you
>> have any changes/updates that need to be committed to cvs, they should
>> be done prior to this date.
>> Please note: The current cvs repo will be kept online after the
>> conversion is complete for historical purposes. There are no plans to
>> delete this repo at this time.
>> * Thursday, Nov 10th, 2011 7:00PM PST (GMT - 8 hours) - conversion
>> testing from cvs to git
>> We'll begin conversion tests between cvs and git to make sure the
>> information transfers correctly.
>> * Saturday, Nov 12th, 2011 12:00PM PST (GMT - 8 hours) - Setup the git
>> repos with github.com
>> We'll setup the new git repos at github.com. Once this has been
>> completed, the new repo locations will be announced and the
>> NAnt/NAntContrib websites will be updated to point to the new repo
>> This current timeline is subject to change. An online calendar has
>> been setup to help keep track of any updates to this schedule.
>> For those of you who have directly made commits to either NAnt or
>> NAntContrib cvs repositories, we will be using the sf IDs and email
>> addresses (<sfusername>@users.sourceforge.net) to migrate the
>> committer information to github.com. If your github.com id differs
>> from your sourceforge.net id, we've setup an online form for you to
>> indicate what should be used when converting your author information.
>> The idea is to make sure that the author information that we migrate
>> is as up-to-date as possible.
>> Please let us know if there are any questions.
>>  - Online Calendar - http://tinyurl.com/3hb8cby
>>  - Online username form - http://tinyurl.com/3vwsxbm