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Date: 2004-05-07 (17:55)
From: sylvain.le-gall@p...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml development site
On Fri, May 07, 2004 at 12:44:19PM +0200, Christophe TROESTLER wrote:
> Hi,
> Richard Jones and myself are thinking about setting up a collaborative
> development site for OCaml projects.  Not only this can show to the
> world how active the OCaml community is [and to prevent code from
> disappearing when the developer is not interested in maintaining it
> anymore] but also serve as a base for a CPAN-like repository.
> Before engaging into the work of setting it up, we would like to have
> some feedback from you:
> * If such a site existed, would you move your project(s) to it
>   (tarballs, documentation, CVS,...)?
> * Are you interested that such a site provides some documentation to
>   help you package your software?  (To GODI and Debian maintainers:
>   would you be willing to contribute to it?)
> * Do you prefer a Savanah like interface (https://savannah.gnu.org/)
>   or a GForge one (http://gforge.org/) or ...?
> * Are the services provided by these tools enough for you?  If not,
>   please be specific.
> * Are some people interested in setting up a mirror?


Well, i am not a great ocaml programmer, nor a real Debian developper,
but if you set up such a site, i will use it for my own developpement,
providing that i can :
- use a versionning system ( i prefer SVN, but if it CVS, it is also
  good )
- permit to upload tarball
- have a debian repository ( a kind of experimental one, i can give you
  hint how to do this ) 
- permit to download daily/weekly backup of my project ( i like to have
  a backup of dev/ML/html pages )

I can also try to help you setting documentation to do debian packaging
( but i am not that good at writing documentation ).

Anyway, i think it is a really good idea, to gather ocaml developpement
for the sake of simplicity ( having one central site to upload is
better than a lot of small site, not always online et al ).

Kind regard
Sylvain Le Gall

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