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From Emmanuel Venisse <>
Subject Re: Disabling a project
Date Thu, 27 Apr 2006 16:12:22 GMT
not yet

dan tran a écrit :
> evenisse, is it in 1.1 todo list?
> -D
> On 4/27/06, Reinhard Spisser <> wrote:
>>On 4/27/06, dan tran <> wrote:
>>>you can set a schedule to a far distant in the future, for now.
>>Thanks, I did not think about this.
>>I suggest to introduce states of the projects: active, disabled and
>>- active: continuum will check for modifications and build it
>>- disabled: the project remains on the same "project list" as the
>>active project (the continuum homepage), but the project links are
>>greyed out. Continuum will not check for modifications. Projects can
>>be enabled again to become active.
>>- archived: the project is not show on the main project list, but on a
>>"Archived Projects" tab (or something similar). These projects will
>>not be build, but build history will remain.
>>With this states, someone could write a program that disables a
>>project if no commits were done in the last x weeks and archives a
>>project if no commits were done in the last x months. Also, if a
>>commit is done in a disabled project then the project is enabled

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