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Answer of Dmitry

Franck
2004-11-30
2013-06-04
  • Franck
    Franck
    2004-11-30

    Dmitry prefer a fork of TurckMMCache rather than give an Admin access.

    Let's go fork :)

    >Hi Franck,
    >
    >I prefer second solution.
    >According to GPL, you are able to make a fork.
    >Also you are able to make reference to new project from MMCache page.

    >Thanks. Dmitry.

    >>-----Original Message-----
    >>From: franck [mailto:franck@......]
    >>Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2004 16:34
    >>To: Dmitry Stogov
    >>Subject: TurckMMCache
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>Hi Dmitry,
    >>
    >>Some developers made or want to make patches for turckmmcache,
    >>to correct some things (especialy php5),
    >>but theses developers are not in sourceforge developers
    >>list for turckmmcache. You are the only one who can give
    >>developer & admin access. It's begin to be a problem for
    >>reactivity. Many GNU/Linux distributions include TurckMMCache
    >>2.4.6 and php 4. 2.4.7-cvs contains somes bugs but support
    >>php5 globaly.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>1. Are you agree to give administrator access for
    >>TurckMMCache ? It would be great to give it to
    >>Hoesh [1], who seem to be serious. Or me [2],
    >>but I'm not a C developer, perhaps a potential
    >>coordinator, but my english is not very good,
    >>i'm just VERY interesting by the project since
    >>2 years now. Anybody else you decide can be a
    >>good thing too, like you want.
    >>
    >>2. Or perhaps, you want TurckMMCache stay as is,
    >>in this case, we (developers & co) must fork
    >>turckmmcache.
    >>
    >>You prefer solution 1 or 2 ?
    >>
    >>Your name will be ever on all forks of
    >>TurckMMcache, I will survey this :)
    >>
    >>
    >>Regards, Franck

     
    • Tony Arcieri
      Tony Arcieri
      2004-11-30

      I certainly concur.  I've seen a number of patches floating around to the source that's currently in CVS.  I'd suggest getting the code into a VCS where it can be collaboratively modified, as well as getting a new bug tracker up so the current issues with PHP5 can be documented and resolved.

      I'm a C programmer very interested in the future of this project as I'm doing quite a bit of web development using PHP5.  I can provide a Subversion repository as well as Bugzilla or Mantis, work can begin, and a new name and new Sourceforge project can be registered at a later date.

       
      • Franck
        Franck
        2004-11-30

        >I've seen a number of patches floating around to the source that's currently in CVS.
        Interesting, where ?

        >I'd suggest getting the code into a VCS where it can be collaboratively modified
        Done today, all history has been kept.

        >I'm a C programmer very interested in the future of this project
        Great ! one more !

        > I can provide a Subversion repository
        Sourceforge got a CVS, not subversion. So we must stay with CVS for the day we'll go back sourceforge.

        > Bugzilla or Mantis ...
        The idea is not to reinvent sourceforge, we can consider a simple wiky will be a good begining, due to the very high collaborative and very simple usage.

        Be patient and just wait for tomorrow. You help as a C programmer will be greatly appreciated for the project. It's seems you're member of a lots of sf projects !

        The project need first good C developers/knowing zend api, and second people notice bugs to developers.

        After, we will wait about the first official fork of turckmmcache annonced in a few days to see if the result is good. After, will see ...

        Time to sleep now

        8|

        Regards, franck