[PythonCE] Should we setup a sourceforge site?

Isr Gish isrgish at fastem.com
Fri Jul 16 20:51:08 CEST 2004

I would agree that to have one place to look would be a grand idea.

All the best,

-----Original Message-----
   >From: "Brad Clements"<bkc at murkworks.com>
   >Sent: 7/16/04 11:03:19 AM
   >To: "pythonce at python.org"<pythonce at python.org>
   >Subject: [PythonCE] Should we setup a sourceforge site?
     >It seems that files are being distributed from a multitude of locations, different versions and 
   >extensions.. It's confusing, there's no single place to go to find pointers to the different 
   >I thought folks would update the pythonce wiki at 
   >When they released their own stuff, there's even a page or two for "releases from other 
   >But there's been no updates on the wiki for 8 months.
   >So, when someone wants to try pythonce, they have to search the mailing list to find out 
   >where  to get a release.
   >Now granted, there seems to be only one "active release"  under development at any given 
   >time, but it keeps moving .. hammond, murkworks, telion, others , kashtan
   >What should we do about this? 
   >Should we go back and freshen the wiki?
   >Should we create a sourceforge project to hold binary and source releases?
   >Brad Clements,                bkc at murkworks.com   (315)268-1000
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