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Subject: Re: [ublas] ublas sourceforge web site
From: Nasos Iliopoulos (nasos_i_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-05-20 12:53:43

It is good to have the sourceforge page and I find that boost trac is a
bit slow (the svn though is fine). What are the features that we would
like from a collaboration engine that are not available? (I can
name a few that would benefit the development, but I am not very well accommodated with boost trac to know its full potential) Is it probably a
desire for wider control over the project management we are looking for
an alternate hosting service?

I would advocate into trying to stick close to the boost community with boost-trac-only as long as red-eye mornings remain limited.

Anyway, because not one size fits all, I would like to bring to your attention gitorious:, that allows for easy branching/merging
and pays respect to the integration of every individual developer into
the whole project.



From: david.bellot_at_[hidden]
Date: Thu, 20 May 2010 16:14:26 +0200
To: ublas_at_[hidden]
Subject: [ublas] ublas sourceforge web site

Hi everybody,

I tried to contact the former owner of the sourceforge uBLAS website, without success. That would be great to use this space for new developments, users contributions, etc...
But I need to have the ownership transfered (or shared) to me in order to do that.

Is any of you still in contact with the former owner ?
The register developers are: Joerg Walter, Kresimir Fresl and Michael Stevens

The site is pretty abandonned but still well referenced by Google and will all the new contributions coming in, it would be nice to have it.

The code will, of course, stay on Boost SVN (ok in fact I just want to have the pages).
Otherwise I'll try to create something somewhere else but that would be a pity.


David Bellot, PhD
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