On Wed, 23 Feb 2005 13:38:32 -0600, Ian Bicking wrote:
>>=A0I don't have a preference for where it's hosted as long as it
>>=A0works. If we used w4py's server, who would maintain it? In other
>>=A0words, who would be the svn admin?
>=A0"We" would, for some value of "we". =A0I've got it set up now on
>=A0http://svn.w4py.org, so a fair amount of the management is just
>=A0Apache management (e.g., user accounts). =A0Hopefully it won't
>=A0require much maintenance; generally I've had good luck as long as I
>=A0don't try to point two services at the same repository (e.g., Trac
>=A0or ViewCVS and Apache), though even that seems to work better than
>=A0it used to (especially if they all run as the same user).
>=A0We have root on that machine; I'm not sure who all is active (for
>=A0some value of "active") in maintenance... right now Jason, myself,
>=A0and Chuck have sudo access to root, and Eric has access to the
>=A0Webware user. =A0We can also expand that easily enough.
>>=A0Also, would non-developers still get anon access?
>=A0Yes, it's set up that way by default. =A0You can also use standard
>=A0Apache access rules to give access just to subtrees.
Okay. I have some minor experience with svn admin although I did the=
straight svn server instead of Apache.
Do any of the other developers object to us moving to Subversion? How long=
do people need to get their outstanding changes in?