[Mongrel] Please Don't Move Hosting (Was: Mongrel wiki?)
evan at cloudbur.st
Sat Nov 10 17:59:06 EST 2007
Rubyforge/GForge has some rudimentary wiki service installed in new
project web hosts, but I don't know anyone who uses it. Spam
protection is the main thing that concerns me about using that
default. Plus it's ugly.
Maybe we could cook up an external service that pushed changes across
to the Rubyforge web host. That sounds like some work, though.
On Nov 10, 2007 5:12 PM, Luis Lavena <luislavena at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 10, 2007 7:00 PM, Zed A. Shaw <zedshaw at zedshaw.com> wrote:
> > Yes, it's not about the cost of hosting at all. Since I wrote Mongrel I can pretty much ask for hosting and people will donate it. The "whoever" that controls rubyforge are people from rubycentral who have a huge stake in not being evil(ish) and I know most of them and trust them. Nobody really knows the dude at devjavu.
> <snipping long and worthy comments from Zed>
> I must have to agree with Zed on this.
> Even that Ezra is offering their "slice" of devjavu and even Rick
> offers lighthouse power to the ticket system, we would be "bounded" to
> external and core services that we don't control -- and the end of the
> day, we will thank <your-deity-of-preference> for making these service
> being alive one more day.
> On this topic I'm a bit of paranoic: even I mostly trust open-source
> hosting services (like googlecode or even rubyforge) I keep the
> original repository locally and push changes to the mirror.
> So I have always a full copy of the repository, but not only because
> can work offline, but mostly they cannot guarantee me they will be
> 100% available (after all, is a free service).
> Maybe we are going too far from the purpose? We already have some
> infrastructure in place, maybe we could enhance or RFE to get more of
> the solution.
> Luis Lavena
> Multimedia systems
> Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort,
> which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that
> is worthwhile.
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