+1 for Github
-1 for Google Code

On 12/02/2011 05:15 PM, Ben Keating wrote:
I think decentralized vc is a good move. Not sure if google code supports git yet but in general its so much healthier of a vcs than svn.

ReZound ain't a little CLI tool, it's a full blown app with a great interface. It needs to be represented as such. It obviously has a dedicated group of users, or at least developers. This should be embraced. Google Code is boring and outdated and everyone knows it.  Nothing awesome happens there. Submitting an issue or updating the Project description is a like pulling teeth.

With GitHub, we can all fork a copy if we wish. Apply our efforts and push them back to Davy for his review. This means I can tweak with those interface graphic resources I've been wanting to get at, Another guy can throw in his translation efforts and all of it gets presented to Davy with a beautiful Pull Request. People can comment on proposed pull requests, even. That's healthy.

GitHub is superior. The folks behind it also use it and care about it. This shows. I'm not affiliated with them, I just see this being such an obvious path to take. I've placed all my work (mostly private repos) on GitHub.

Davy, it shouldn't take much to get the project up. What are your concerns/hesitations?

GutHub has my vote for a healthier, more productive home for ReZound development.

On Thursday, December 1, 2011, Davy Durham <ddurham@davyandbeth.com> wrote:
> Hey guys.. Thanks for your kind comments. 
>
>
> I'm not opposed to moving.  I'm not up on exactly what github or google code would offer above sf.net.  Is sf.net just seen as passe now and people don't visit there?  We can certainly redo the public www page at sourceforge if that's all it needs
>
> github vs google code.  Anyone have thoughts?
>
> Thanks
>
>
>
> On Thu, 2011-12-01 at 22:55 +0300, Louigi Verona wrote:
>
> I am a web developer and theoretically I can do something, but to me what looks outdated on the site are the news )
> Design is secondary. In fact, I enjoy the retro feel. The bad thing is that development is really not happening (almost, as far
> as I understand), so the site looks outdated, thus reflecting reality.
>
> On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 11:37 PM, Ben Keating <bkeating@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> ReZound development should be moved over to GitHub (or BitBucket). Activity will certainly pick up. Also, the site needs a revamp. Anyone interested in working on this? Im a web developer and would love to work with some folks interested in this.
>
> GitHub + refreshed web site. How awesome would this be?
>
> --
>
> Ben Keating
>
> ben@longnow.org
>
> On Thursday, December 1, 2011 at 1:10 PM, Johan De Groote wrote:
>
> Same thought here:
>
> - Rezound is excellent
>
> - it is very quiet here
>
> On Thu, 1 Dec 2011 11:20:21 +0300
>
> Louigi Verona <louigi.verona@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hey everybody!
>
> I still think Rezound is the best sound editor for Linux!
>
> So, mr. Developer, it might not be your first priority, but when you
>
> do think of Rezound, do remember that there are people in the world
>
> who are really eager for Rezound to be alive!
>
> <

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