Strainu email@example.com writes:
2011/11/17 Andreas Jaeger firstname.lastname@example.org:
On Thursday, November 17, 2011 09:54:22 Karl Eichwalder wrote: An alternative is switching to github.com. Besides git it supports svn - and also editing of files via the web.
- not all translators are technical (see Kosta's response :D ) - for
then SVN or git makes no difference
- some tools only support SVN at the moment (we're using Narro, which
allows automatic SVN and Mercurial uploads, but no git)
github is a nice place and directly editing with a webbrowser is a rather convenient feature. But to avoid compatibility trouble we probably better stick with a plain SVN server for the moment. Thus I also vote to migrate to svn.opensuse.org on 2011-11-29 and the following days.
Also, if we could have PKI authentication on the new host, that would be great - the same Narro limitations :)
I'm not sure about it, but since svn.opensuse.org is maintained by opensuse admin, it should be possible to add useful feature (no promisses how when this could be done).