On 12/15/2012 08:10 PM, Matt Newville wrote:
>> Github has removed the ability to host binaries. They've removed this
>> feature without any apparent notification except on their blog saying
>> "it's gone today". And the suggested alternative is to use paid services.
>> I had planned to complete our set of 1.2.0 binaries with a Python 3.2
>> from Russell Owen in the near future. So much for that.
>> Any thoughts? Do we go back to Sourceforge for our download hosting?
>> Is anyone familiar with any other services? Do we try to piggy-back on
>> what other scipy projects are doing?
> Why not use a gh-pages branch to host both docs and binary files from github?
We are already over the size limits that the used to state for their
documentation. I have been personally assured that this won't remain a
problem, but I do wonder how long until they start cracking down on that
for free projects as well. I'd rather not additionally put our binary
downloads in that basket as well.