> From: Bastien Nocera [mailto:hadess@...]
> On Thu, 2003-06-26 at 10:45, Murray.Cumming@... wrote:
> > So, it seems that the sourceforge cvs for gstreamer is
> becoming unusually
> > unreliable. The connection fails but eventually succeeds if
> you keep trying.
> > This is breaking the jhbuild build of GNOME and probably
> causing a lot of
> > inconvenience. Personally I can't build GNOME from cvs
> because of it.
> > Is there any chance that gstreamer will move into GNOME's
> cvs, as most GNOME
> > modules should?
> Both sf.net and the GNOME CVS are crappy for anonymous users...
I guess I can use my gstreamer cvs username with jhbuild somehow, but it's
lucky that I happen to have one. I don't like the idea of all those GNOME
hackers not being able to use jhbuild because they must use gstreamer's cvs
> From: Ronald Bultje [mailto:rbultje@...]
> Hey Murray/Benjamin,
> On Thu, 2003-06-26 at 13:15, Benjamin Otte wrote:
> > I'm all for it. However there are some issues with gnome
> cvs, too. The
> > biggest one certainly is the missing ssh access.
> > And recently someone said to me "that really is a showstopper."
> That was probably me. I not in favour of moving over to Gnome CVS as
> long as it does not have SSH access. I heard some rumours of
> new servers
> coming up which would be configured with SSH CVS, but as long as it's
> not there, I likely won't use it.
OK, there are plans to use ssh with gnome's cvs. Let's look at this again
when that happens. If the sourceforge problems persist, then we might need
to use gstreamer tarballs from jhbuild and request more frequent releases.
Or maybe someone has a better solution.
> Your SF username won't work, since you need to be on our
> developers list
> in order to use it. ;).
I am on it. Barely.
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