if we'll move to Github, then it would be nice to register separate organisation - it will be one location as primary source of code, and it would be easier to pass control to other peoples if main maintainer will decide that he/she has no time anymore...

On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 10:49 AM, Christian Hilberg <hilberg@kernelconcepts.de> wrote:
Hi there,

...just two cents from one happy ECB-user - not an ECB-dev, but a dev
otherwise - who has worked with both, CVS (sort of "worked") and Git:

Am Donnerstag 07 November 2013, um 18:05:45 schrieb Alex Ott:
> HI Ryan
> please, merge the changes from my repo - I made many changes since April,
> and also included changes from other people... My repo now is used for ECB
> on MELPA...

That should be just one more good reason for dropping CVS in favour
of Git. No work on ECB should be lost, which is just easier to handle
with Git than it is with CVS.

> On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 2:17 PM, Ryan Ware <ware@linux.intel.com> wrote:
> [...]
> > I would also like to get some feedback from the ecb community on if they
> > prefer the current SourceForge Site or would consider moving to a Github
> > site.  Regardless, I want to ensure we move to git from cvs.

Given the fact that SourceForge is no longer the organization it used
to be, and given that moving Git repos from here to there is cheap,
I'm all in for an Alternative to SF (caution: that's just my personal
preference and as said I'm no ECB-dev, so formally I don't have a voice
here =).



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