Frank Wierzbicki schrieb:
On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 11:32 AM, Dirkjan Ochtmandirkjan@ochtman.nl wrote:
I'd say migrating to Python's svn doesn't make a whole lot of sense at this point, but I'll leave that to Martin (since he has to do the work). For the conversion, I can just as well take the Jython repo from your current server. I've started a svnsync job with your repo so I can run some test conversions. It's a relatively small repository, so it shouldn't be much of a problem.
Great! Thanks for giving this a try!
For my part I'm fine either way (and I agree that Martin should decide based on what is best for him).
For CPython, we still need SVN, e.g. for the website repo, and several others like it that probably won't get converted (yet), and also for reference since we won't convert every old branch to hg.
If that isn't necessary for Jython, I see no reason for moving into svn.python.org first.