[Python-Dev] migration away from SourceForge?

Gerhard Häring gh@ghaering.de
Tue, 15 Apr 2003 17:49:33 +0200

* Ben Laurie <ben@algroup.co.uk> [2003-04-15 15:45 +0100]:
> Guido van Rossum wrote:
> >>My company would be happy to host it in The Bunker
> >>(http://www.thebunker.net/). [...]
> >>We have plenty of experience running CVS and we have 24x7 support.
> > 
> > I'd like to pursue this, but I don't have time myself.  A sponsorship
> > link to TheBunker would definitely be a possibility (we have a link to
> > XS4ALL at the top of www.python.org).
> Groovy. _Does_ anyone have any idea how much bandwidth your CVS chews?

Probably only Sourceforge staff. But maybe we can avoid asking them ...

My CVS documentation has to say this:

    CVS can keep a history file that tracks each use of the
    `commit', `rtag', `update', and `release' commands.  You can use                                                                           
    `history' to display this information in various formats.

So maybe somebody CVS savvy can make the needed changes to Python's
CVSROOT at Sourceforge so we can collect the needed data for a week or
so in order to produce a statistic?

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