Thank you for asking.
After I saw references to moving to GForge and Hugo's question, I
tried to get more information.
The decision to move to GForge was made by Bradley Kuhn and the
adminitrators, according to Richard Stallman. They considered Savane
could not be made secure enough. It would be interesting to discuss
that point, as Savane was just security audited.
I also mentioned that the GForge team do not value copyleft (notably
as defined in Affero's license) as much as Savane's do. RMS replied
was similar to using Apache. After thinking about it, I find this
argument discutable since there is no copyleft technical equivalent
Apache, unlike in this case.
Another comment I got, from the sysadmins, is that Tim Perdue is
willing to make the changes necessary to make GForge usable at
Savannah. Given our current wishlist:
and that people at Savane know Savannah better than GForge's staff,
using GForge will add delays.
No discussion took place indeed, so we should have one right now :)
Post your thoughs.
As far as I am concerned I think upgrading to Savane would be
for the reasons above.
Last, I currently lack time to deal with Savannah, and nobody can
me answering support request at the moment (there was an help offer,
but that person disappeared). I would be pleased to get have some
from you. It is always difficult to add somebody in a team (hence
maybe Bradley's reply to your previous offer - I myself had to
before Rudy and Hugo included me in the team), but I am
some information on Savannah and should be able to answer most of