When it comes back we could consider switching from cvs to svn. I use svn at
work and it's much better than cvs (imo), the atomic commits would probably
remove the need of the Changelog file - the svn log would be very similar to
I'm not sure how easy switching it over would be (or 100% sure it's possible).
Øystein Johansen wrote:
> Jonathan Kinsey wrote:
>> Is it just me or is cvs down?
> I got this message from the savannah folks:
>> Savannah experienced a filesystem corruption and is now halted.
>> The FSF sysadmins (who have physical access to the hardware) are
>> alerted and will investigate, and possibly restore from backup.
>> To be safe, do not expect the service to be restored before 24h,
>> although we'll do our best to do so :)
>> The website, CVS/SVN/Git/Hg/Bzr, and the download area are affected.
>> The mailing lists and webpages are not affected.
>> -- The Savannah Hackers
> Sent: 29/05/2009 10:07 to address@hidden
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