>I find the UML is way better for CVS than SF. It's very much faster.
i can agree, that the SF anoncvs is a horror (at least i remember it WAS a horror, when i used it some time ago).
afaik, behaviour with non-anon cvs usage on sourceforge was quite different - so only anoncvs-users had big problems.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Dike" <jdike@...>
To: "Henrik Nordstrom" <uml@...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 12:00 AM
Subject: Re: [uml-devel] CVS not updated?
> On Tue, May 18, 2004 at 09:42:13PM +0200, Henrik Nordstrom wrote:
> > >From the error message I think you are missing a "anonymous" system user
> > or a suitable mapping in your CVS password file to another suitable system
> > user..
> > The CVS password file format is
> > login:[password][:unixuser]
> > if the unixuser is not specified the login is used..
> > Example for anonymous CVS with pubcvs as the UNIX user
> > anonymous::pubcvs
> Thanks for your help. It looks like it works now.
> > I can offer to login to try to fix the problem if the above does not help.
> > My SSH keys can be found at http://marasystems.com/people/hno/,
> > http://www.squid-cache.org/~hno/ or
> > http://hem.passagen.se/hno/Welcome.html
> You have an account on http://www.user-mode-linux.org, if you want to have a look
> at the CVS setup. I'd especially appreciate a look at the security since
> I haven't done anything in particular to lock it down.
> > I was on the edge to move my projects from SF about 6 months ago due to
> > the numerous CVS issues, but they have managed to restore the quality of
> > their service and today the only reason I see to not use SF for my
> > projects is if I were to use another revision control system such as
> > arch or subversion.. but at the moment I find CVS works very well for my
> > purposes..
> I find the UML is way better for CVS than SF. It's very much faster.
> Also, I'd like to be independent of SF in case VA starts having trouble
> or if they decide to start making access to project metadata difficult.
> You could argue that they already do (and I, in fact would), with their
> insistence that everything be done through your browser.
> With CVS moved, I now reply on SF for the web site, downloads, and mailing
> lists. The lists will be the next to move. The downloads will stay since
> SF is just one mirror of many, and it'll be easy to get rid of it if they
> start misbehaving.
> The site will stay on SF until I get my UML-on-demand scheme working. This
> involves spreading UML web server images around the net at various cooperative
> locations, like UML ISPs, having the server loads monitored by some central
> daemon, and that daemon starting up new UMLs and shutting them down as the
> load requires, using the nameserver to spread the load around. Once I get
> this up and running, the site should be /.-proof, given that there's enough
> capacity available.
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