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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] support me
Re: [libreplanet-discuss] support me
Wed, 11 Mar 2015 18:12:54 +0100
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.4 (gnu/linux)
Sorry just heard about userops minutes ago in #gitbull from wolftune.
As you can read along this thread ... things have been be decided
without knowing about notabug.org
Reading alimiracle, we have think that it was important to have this
sort of free tools.
The FSC is not important but exist for that sort of project
Identification R.N.A. : W2A4000701 Published at the JO (Official French
Gov Paper Information) March the 27 2010
Identification E.U. : 48003714720-96 Registered at the register of
interest representatives of the European Commission
This non-profit association is born from our works with the FSFLA on
linux-libre and the need to spread officialy the word in Corsica (a
We fully follow the FSF and are ready to give root access to the FSF
board on demand ().
For sure more folks we are on this action ((notabug / gitbull) action of
creating a free solution ... ) more this could happen.
We are all Free Software Fundation folks ;-)
P.S.: I have subscribe to the userops mailing list ... but maybe as it
name says it well to use discuss @ libreplanet
Aaron Wolf <email@example.com> writes:
> Oh wow, hmm.
> So, for everyone's reference, there's been lots of discussion on this at
> and #userops on freenode
> and related to http://freepo.st/ and #freepost on freenode
> There's already a site made by some people dedicated 100% to free
> software. It's https://notabug.org/ and it uses Gogs (MIT licensed)
> with plan to fork to AGPL if substantial changes are made or are
> necessary if Gogs goes in a direction we don't like. They started that
> site coincidentally about a week before the Gitorious announcement.
> There's also discussion about supporting and hosting Kallithea, which is GPL
> and a Software Freedom Conservancy project.
> There may be value in a GitLab fork, but I'm not sure it's the way to
> go (not sure either way). The NotABug folks claim to have considered
> GitLab and decided that it wasn't going to scale as well as Gogs and
> had too much reference to proprietary stuff in the design (I guess
> they mean third-party login and other stuff like that) which would be
> extra work to deal with.
> FWIW, I agree with the view someone else presented that GitLab would
> itself be more acceptable if it had a distinct site / name for the
> community project vs the proprietary enterprise edition. As long as
> the community edition is presented as the lesser version of a single
> freemium product, we can't really endorse it as is, although I will
> keep saying that their efforts to participate and listen to our
> concerns are very notable and distinct from what we experience from
> most projects that otherwise aren't 100% dedicated free software
> projects. I could imagine GitLab at least recognizing the value of
> maintaining a friendly relationship of sorts to our community and
> avoiding antagonism.
> Anyway, GitBull is interesting… I do really want to see collaboration among
> everyone about how to best handle this situation overall.
> On 03/11/2015 07:05 AM, Aurélien DESBRIÈRES wrote:
>> firstname.lastname@example.org (Aurélien DESBRIÈRES) writes:
>> > Ali Abdul Ghani <email@example.com> writes:
>> >> hay
>> >> Gitorious is dead - acquired by GitLab
>> >> https://about.gitlab.com/2015/03/03/gitlab-acquires-gitorious/
>> >> I wonte make fork from GitLab to making it GPL. v3
>> >> Can you support me?
>> > Hi Ali, Alimiracle
>> > We are bringing your wish to reality.
>> > gitbull.org will be this place the server will be available in hours.
>> > Make this place free as in freedom.
>> > Ping me on IRC for your ssh access code.
>> > Regards
>> Hi LibrePlanet Hackers!
>> So as promise to Alimiracle, gitbull.org is born.
>> Alimiracle I have give you the ssh access code as you can see the server
>> works now.
>> For thus who want to join this freedom action you can join us at
>> #gitbull on irc freenode.
>> For thus who want to bring their idea of projects to this action
>> ... just ping
>> Have fun & be free!
Code free with GitBull
Re: [libreplanet-discuss] support me, Aurélien DESBRIÈRES, 2015/03/11