On Fri, Jun 7, 2013 at 5:18 AM, Thomas Schwinge <address@hidden> wrote:
But for the GCC and GDB projects specifically, we'll probably also want
some repository that at least you and mentors can access, because both
these projects will likely require some longer development periods (for
the GCC Go port, and gdbserver port, respectively), but at least the
mentors should still be able to review what you're doing. Are you
familiar with Git? That would be the easiest for me, and a Git
repository can easily be set up for that. But again, we'll do that as
soon as there's a need for it.
Git is ok for me. If we need use github for temporary repository? If somebody think we should not use the public git before we has reached some big steps, I suggest gitlab which support private git repository between a few people(no more than 10) for free. Or I can provide my personal vps on linode.com to host our code.