Why are we looking to fix the website, etc... I thought we were leaning to Git? If we are going to Git then why don't we just make a splash page on the website and point everything over to Git? It doesn't make sense to have so many places to go for the project. If we can streamline everything to Git it is a one stop shop and everyone that has a Git account can update whatever they like.


On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 10:18 AM, Marc MERLIN <marc_mh@merlins.org> wrote:
On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 03:13:34PM +0000, Vargster wrote:
> As the open source saying goes, if you don't like, fix it.
>
> OK, I'll put myself forward to fix/update the
> misterhouse.net/misterhouse.com websites if anyone can get access to it.
> Personally I love the website, but it needs pruning of all the misleading
> stuff, and some new pointers  to the GIT repo.
> So, I'll fix it, if I can get access, or even host it if needed.

Email me your sf.net login and I can give you access.

Marc
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