Preferred (or "Best", FSVO) svn/FLOSS hosting?
david at cantrell.org.uk
Wed Jun 25 12:13:53 BST 2008
On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 01:38:00AM -0700, Randy J. Ray wrote:
> I've been meaning to do this for ages, but I'd like to move my private SVN
> repos that I use for my CPAN modules to a publicly-accessible service.
> Reading recently about the git hosting service that sprang up a few months
> back just reminded me. What are people's preferred choices for this?
> Sourceforge.net? Better options?
I use sourceforge for my CVS repository. It Just Works, and lots of
people have accounts on it so it's easy to give people access.
The only slight downer os that I have yet to find a way to only give
people write access to particular subdirs. I have decided not to care,
as I can always revert any mistakes other people make, or restore the
repository from my backups.
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