|Subject:||[Gnumed-devel] repository options, decision-making and timing|
|Date:||Tue, 2 Mar 2004 22:17:29 -0800|
1. is there any disagreement that GnuMed should move, at some point in the not-too-distant future, to something other than CVS?
2. are the practical choices limited to Subversion or Arch, or is it felt any other options (Aegis) should be considered? How to decide - must-have features vs. certain existing developers being unable to use it vs. any dependency on free Free/Open Source Project Hosting (FOSPHost) Sites
3. what timing of any change would make the most sense? it seems to me that once the v 0.1 alpha is available, there may be increased feedback and suggestions for improvement. Therefore, options:
- get v 0.1 packaged, and limit improvements to those required to get it to download correctly plus / minus filling any holes in documentation. Move to the new repository as the means to incorporate fixes to the 0.1 version
- postpone further, in order to incorporate improvements in all of the "must have 0.1 functions" and THEN freeze further development until moved to the new repository?
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