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[Savannah-hackers-public] Migration of GNU Savannah Web-pages from CVS t

From: Assaf Gordon
Subject: [Savannah-hackers-public] Migration of GNU Savannah Web-pages from CVS to GIT
Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2014 23:54:02 -0500
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Hello Savannah Hackers,

I've made some progress regarding migrating the GNU Savannah web-pages from CVS 
to GIT.

Before continuing, please remember this is experimental, and not 
"production-ready" yet.

For testing purposes, all the current projects have been converted to GIT.
Eventually, only projects which will opt-in will be migrated to GIT.


The current configuration, as similar as possible to the code git repositories:

Anonymous clone:
   git clone git://<PROJECT>.git

Read/Write access:
   git clone <user><PROJECT>.git
Web Access:

The Mock-up web site is available at:<PROJECT>

To prevent any confusion,
The web-site is password protected (user "demo" password "demo"),
and commits to these repositories will show a big warning to the user.


Permissions should be properly set. If you have permission to push to a Web-CVS 
you should be able to push to the corresponding git repository.

Changes to these git repositories should be reflected almost immediately in 
http:/// .

You can test/trigger an update by running the following command from

For easier troubleshooting, update events are logged are reported on:

You are very welcomed to experiment and push dummy changes to your repositories.
Before going to production, we will reset the repositories to a clean state.


If you are interested in the configuration details and scripts,
they are available here:


Comments, suggestions and feedback are very welcomed.

- Assaf

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