Plans for moving away from SourceForge

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void.pointer
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Re: Plans for moving away from SourceForge

Post by void.pointer » 14 Jun 2015, 21:19

hugbug wrote:For the start I've moved pp-scripts to GitHub.
The new GitHub's home for NZBGet related stuff: https://github.com/nzbget.
Thanks, this is really good news!

I have some recommendations:

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Re: Plans for moving away from SourceForge

Post by clintonhall » 16 Jun 2015, 11:25

Nice to see a new home for your scripts.

Feel free to add/borrow/edit etc any of my scripts :)

harrim4n
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Re: Plans for moving away from SourceForge

Post by harrim4n » 17 Jun 2015, 05:44

Good news so far! There is also the option of going completly self hosted. Vorboss is offering free mirroring for all projects previously hosted on SF which are now feeling uncomfortable with doing so. See here:http://kb.vorboss.net/KB15061501-respon ... r-concerns

hugbug
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Re: Plans for moving away from SourceForge

Post by hugbug » 21 Jun 2015, 19:39

Update:

harrim4n
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Re: Plans for moving away from SourceForge

Post by harrim4n » 24 Jun 2015, 20:03

Amazing, thank you.

P.S.: Ich wusste gar nicht, dass Du aus Deutschland bist.

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Re: Plans for moving away from SourceForge

Post by hugbug » 03 Jul 2015, 23:47

The migration has been completed:
  • source code repository - migrated from subversion on SourceForge to git on GitHub;
  • downloads (releases) - migrated from SourceForge's files to GitHub's releases;
  • documentation (manuals, etc.) - migrated from wiki hosted on SourceForge to wiki on GitHub;
  • web-site (front page, download page, update infos, redirects for old wiki URLs) - migrated from SourceForge web hosting to GitHub Pages;
  • forum - that one remains on SourceForge. GitHub doesn't have forums and I couldn't find a good free replacement. The forum has become it's own subdomain and can be migrated to another web hosting if necessary and if we find a better one than SourceForge.

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