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Re: [PATCH] Updating homepage to point people to pagure for development.

From: Colby Russell
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Updating homepage to point people to pagure for development.
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2021 05:06:14 -0600
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On 10/2/21 10:25 AM, bill-auger wrote:
there is also a github repo which could serve the same purpose
and people have posted bug reports to it
As I understand, GitHub allows the repo "issues" to be disabled.

Who is in control of the GitHub repo?  Is this documented?

It would probably do the project well (most GNU projects, really) to add
an emphatic note that the use of Savannah is intentional and that the
signpost pointing people there is "current".  I'd wager that most
people, upon seeing "Savannah" mentioned in the documentation of an
otherwise active project, do a two-step thought process that involves:

  (a) assuming that Savannah is only mentioned as a result of a
      half-hearted attempt at setting up minimal project infrastructure
      by going with the "defaults", and
  (b) that said recommendation is outdated, belonging to the long-tail
      set of artifacts that a project produces but stays overlooked,
      without receiving much attention in much the same way, for
      example that LibreJS's build process has been broken for a long

Colby Russell

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