Hi Jesenko,

Thanks for the feedback.  A few people have already suggested GitHub....it's on my list of things to work on, but as always time is short.  It looks very interesting, so I will try to get to it soon.

Best regards,
David Gilbert

On 06/12/2011 08:45, Jesenko Mehmedbasic wrote:
Hey fellow developers

Recently  a new JFreeChart was released, and in the release news a cry out for suggestions was made.

I found that it was quite hard to checkout a writable repository of the project. 

I propose a move from SourceForge to GitHub or BitBucket, this way interested developers can easily make fixes on their own forks, and the maintainers can fairly easy do reviewing.

What I am saying is that the project, I think, is still quite relevant, but the workflow involved in checking out the source, requesting a patch be pushed to the master branch, not to mention the reviewing of patches, is the problem.

With a distributed version control one could certainly get around these issues, and pull requests would come from more unknown developers.

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