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From "Jeremy Thomerson" <jer...@wickettraining.com>
Subject Re: Wicketstuff @ sourceforge
Date Mon, 17 Nov 2008 19:49:01 GMT
Forgive my ignorance in this since I haven't been paying a lotof attention
to all the TeamCity discussions... but since TC is our big problem (or the
marriage of TC and SF), have we tried switching to Continuum or similar?
What do we need to accomplish such a thing?  Hardware?

Jeremy Thomerson

On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 1:07 PM, Nino Saturnino Martinez Vazquez Wael <
nino.martinez@jayway.dk> wrote:

> Im replying inline...
> Jeremy Thomerson wrote:
>> Nino,
>>  Does this mean that you want all Wicket Stuff projects to move to Google
>> Code
> No I do not, I'd want to try one or two projects first, that rely on
> teamcity (because we only have problems with teamcity). If we have problems
> with google code as well it would be a waste of resources switching.
>>  because of the problems with the TeamCity builds and SourceForge?  If
>> so, I'd be hesitant to do it this way.  Here's a couple reasons why:
>>   1. the very first sentence on your Google code page says that multiple
>>   licenses are not allowed - I've always been under the impression that
>> one of
>>   the reasons we had Wicket Stuff was so that integrations with
>> third-party
>>   libraries (incompatible with Apache license) could be done there (just
>> one
>>   reason)
> No there are several other reasons aswell, like the fact that the core devs
> do not maintain wicketstuff. But your point are very vaild, and some of the
> stuff projects uses libs that are incompatible with ASL... So if it should
> work this should be sorted out.
>>   2. We lose all code history - IF the switch were made, we should import
>>   the old repository.
> Yes, and thats one of the reasons why I've been so reluctant to do this.
>> It seems like the community should vote on this before such a big change
>> is
>> made.  Thoughts anyone?
> Yes I agree, and also feel that if anyone are up to the task of further
> talking with sourceforge this would probably be the way to go, one of my
> problems are that I do not have any administrative rights on the server
> where teamcity runs from so I cannot go further with teamcity since, they
> require details of that character.
> --
> -Wicket for love
> Nino Martinez Wael
> Java Specialist @ Jayway DK
> http://www.jayway.dk
> +45 2936 7684

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