On Wed, May 04, 2005 at 02:29:13PM -0600, Warren Young wrote:
> - Savannah (http://savannah.nongnu.org/). Main problem with this one is
> they're out at the tip of the RMS wing of the community; rhetoric,
> politics, inflexible viewpoint, the whole nine yards. The main thing in
> their demand list (oops, sorry, terms of service) that's likely to cause
> a problem is that they insist that your program not depend on
> proprietary software. From the RMS perspective, where does the
> dual-licensed MySQL lie? I've applied to them anyway, and we'll see if
> we make it through their gatekeepers.
Have you looked at Gna.org? I'm not sure how connected they are with
savannah... doesn't seem so, but they support CVS, Arch, and Subversion.
> SourceForge would have been ideal, except that they only support CVS,
> and I bade my final goodbyes to that a month ago now. I'm not going
> back now.
Subversion support at sf is supposed to be Real Soon Now (tm).
(search for "subversion")