BitBucket ?

2010-08-24
2012-09-19
  • Adam Nelson

    Adam Nelson - 2010-08-24

    This may be off topic but I think MySQLdb would benefit greatly from moving to
    http://bitbucket.org/

    The ticket, code-browsing, forking, and collaboration interfaces are all far
    superior over there. Just a suggestion.

     
  • Andy Dustman

    Andy Dustman - 2010-08-24

    Every time I have about hit my limit with sourceforge and start looking for
    new hosts, they improve something or other. The 1.3/2.0 development version is
    in Hg now. While Bitbucket is good, I'm not convinced it's worth the trouble
    to move at this point.

     
  • Adam Nelson

    Adam Nelson - 2010-08-24

    Your decision of course. Github is amazing but it's git only - and it sounds
    like you've decided on Mercurial. Cheers.

     
  • Justen Stepka

    Justen Stepka - 2010-08-31

    What would it take for us to convince you to switch over to Bitbucket?

     
  • Andy Dustman

    Andy Dustman - 2010-08-31

    A clear advantage or killer app would be a good start. See comment #2. I don't
    have a need for a private repository, so we should be able to get by with one
    of their free accounts. adamnelson in #1 said, "The ticket, code-browsing,
    forking, and collaboration interfaces are all far superior over there." Well,
    great, if I had some people interested in development.

    In the interest of science, I've created a repository over there:
    https://bitbucket.org/farcepest/mysql-python So far, it is empty. This doesn't mean I've officially
    switched. Use at your own risk.

     
  • Adam Nelson

    Adam Nelson - 2010-09-01

    This would be fantastic. I still hold my chips for Github but if you're
    sticking with Mercurial, bitbucket is the obvious choice.

    Cheers,

    Adam

     

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