[arch-projects] AUR 2 git repository
ggrabler at gmail.com
Tue Sep 18 11:30:39 EDT 2007
Thought on that already, using a blog engine for now, which can handle
multiple blogs. I'm currently also playing with yet-another-cms (20th?),
joomla 1.5 rc, but it seems very complicated for my needs as well.
Anyway, thanks for the advice, i'll look around for some blogging system
with a central entry point for now, maybe the nicer choice in the end, but
@AUR2 Devs: I decided i'll try to provide you a git repo asap, means that it
this task went some entries up in my tasklist ;).
On 9/18/07, eliott <eliott at cactuswax.net> wrote:
> On 9/17/07, Georg Grabler <ggrabler at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Well, if i remember right, somebody already offered you a git repository
> > projects.archlinux.org.
> That was mostly as an 'upstream' repository for submitting changes for
> the current AUR.
> If we need a centralized git repo for aur2 work, then I can probably
> swing something, but it wouldn't be something quickly done. The
> projects infrastructure is not set up for non-dev remote write access.
> > If the choice falls onto archlinux-projects, for a git repository you'd
> > might have to wait a week (or till the weekend), since i start my two
> > vacation then, where i have enough time to get around this.
> > I've never set up git before (and didn't read closer yet), and therefore
> > will take much more time than setting up a svn server (which is already
> > running on http://svn.archlinux-projects.org/repos, since i
> > received the domains archlinux-projects.org and stiat.net today, and
> > my blog to blog.stiat.net ).
> > Currently, i'm on the task of migrating data from the old, to the new
> > server, as well as i'm still looking for a cms which fits my needs. I've
> > already tried about 5 cms, but all of them were quite overloaded or just
> > really the best choice for a seroius information page, or just had major
> > flaws.
> Just a suggestion. Don't spend too much time on choosing a CMS.
> I say slap a blog engine up and call it good enough for now.
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