On 10/15/12, Tim Lyons <guy.linton@...> wrote:
> Brian Matherly wrote
>> In the next day or two, our sourceforge site will be upgraded to the new
>> Allura platform.
>> Most of the changes won't matter to us because we use our own issue
>> tracker and Wiki. However, one change will affect us all: the subversion
>> repository URL will be changed. After the upgrade is complete, you will
>> receive an e-mail with the new SVN url. It will probably be easiest for
>> you to just check out a new working copy at that time.
> I got the email 10 Oct 2012 (02:50 BST) from SourceForge to say that I
> get an email to say the upgrade had been completed. It is now 5 days later,
> and apparently the upgrade has not been completed yet.
> Any idea how long they expected the upgrade to take?
> Oh well, I suppose it is a free service (don't look a gift horse in the
> mouth) but it is just as well there was nothing urgent going on (like a
> release or something).
Yes, I had wondered about the same sorts of things.
I specifically wondered if the "old" SourceForge site would
be "locked" in the meantime, to prevent updates to it. But
since I see that updates have happened, I now wonder if
those updates will be transferred to the "new" site/tree?
Or will they be lost? Or is it the case that the update has
already happened but that the URL was transferred also,
so that we don't notice any difference? Etc.
p.s. Does it matter that "gramps 3.1.1 released" (from
3/2009) is the newest at sourceforge.net/p/gramps/news/ ?
Or that sourceforge.net/p/gramps/wiki/Home/ has example
pages from 3.0.x and 3.1.1 ? (I assume "yes" and "no".)