[Spread-users] public source repository

Michael [Plouj] Ploujnikov ploujj at gmail.com
Mon Sep 5 19:02:10 EDT 2011

Oh, I totally forgot about the SVN repository. Regardless, having a
public git repository would avoid the management overhead for just
read-only access as well as lower the barrier for contributions.

On Mon, Sep 5, 2011 at 6:57 PM, Michael [Plouj] Ploujnikov
<ploujj at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> Although this project doesn't seem to be very actively developed I
> think it would be nice to have an official source repository
> (preferably using Git and hosted on Github or Google code) that
> everyone can use to share the accumulated patches. I have an example
> program that I'd like to submit to the Spread project that other
> people can benefit from, but I don't want it to get lost in the
> mailing list archives.
> Does such a repository already exist (I haven't been able to find anything)?
> Is anyone of the official maintainers interested in doing this? Would
> you like some help?
> Would anyone mind if I created an unofficial repository on Github?
> Thoughts?
> - Michael


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