Andrea Turrini email@example.com writes:
On 12/08/2011 05:45 PM, Karl Eichwalder wrote:
Short info update: We (thanks to Daniel!) successfully dumped and downloaded the data from Berlios and started to rebuild the SVN repo at https://svn.opensuse.org/svn/opensuse-i18n --it takes a bit longer than initially expected. We can probably enable the repo tomorrow during the day.
The move is done and the new repo is writable.
Then I'd appreciate if you could help me with checking the contents. At least, we must make sure that the current versions are properly migrated. But it was our intention to restore all revisions and the complete history.
I can check Italian content: I will checkout the new repo and then I will do a diff between old and new files provided that I remember the password I set for svn (since I set up public key encryption on ssh+svn for berlios). In case I will contact you directly for a password reset.
Thanks for offering help! In case you want to reset your password, create a new one as follows (without salt):
perl print crypt("password", "$1$"),"\n"; ^D
"^D" means Ctrl-D. Once pressed, you will see the string in your terminal. Send this to me together with your SVN user name.