brett+roundcubeforum.net at roundcubeforum.net
Fri May 5 03:29:44 CEST 2006
On Thu, 4 May 2006 21:21:01 +0000, Auke Kok <sofar at foo-projects.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 4 May 2006 7:59:27 +0200, Erik <erik at prikbord.org> wrote:
>> In another thread I read the following:
>>>>> From the mail list, click once (single click, don't double click)
>>>>> the first message, hold shift, select the last message
>>>>> (alternatively you could click "Select all" at the bottom of the
>>>>> mail listing). Drag that to the Trash folder, hit delete, or
>>>>> press the delete button (take your pick ;) ).
>> I've got two questions. First of all, when I hit delete nothing happens
>> (RoundCube CVS checked out May 2 neither anonymous cvs on SF nor the
> webcvs shows the keybind changes -
> I've asked the developers already twice to consider either a workaround
> (post snapshots) or change the repository (possibly svn).
I'm not advocating a move to a different server/system, just giving thoughts. While a move would possibly benefit us, what are some possible work arounds? Would we be able to create a read only CVS account that we could use instead? Is that possible?
> Apart from people cheering in the audience, nothing was heard from someone
> who actually has an up2date working copy. I guess they don't want any
> people testing new roundcube features anymore.
That's a fairly harsh statement. They do want testers, but it's out of their hands with SF running the CVS. Yes, we could change, but I'm sure Thomas doesn't have the time to devote to changing everything over from CVS to SVN or from one server to the next. I don't know how much time goes into it, but it can't be easy. And without testers, nothing would get improved upon, so I'd say your statement is false.
> I still think RC is better than squirrel, imp etc. But if this project is
> going radiosilent to first-line testing volunteers, it'll sure make using
> roundcube less fun for me, and feedback nonexistent.
See my previous statement...
> yes, I am deliberately being obstinate here - we're on week 6 or 7 now of
> not being able to see CVS updates here:
The CVS has been down too long, and it's not just impacting you. There are plenty of forum dwellers that really want the CVS and have noticed that commits have "stopped". Well, it's disconcerning to tell people that the anonymous CVS has been having problems. I say SourceForge has finally reached it's max capacity, and can't function anymore. Yes the anon CVS is days behind usually, but 6 weeks is a bit much.
> Here's todays SF-CVS's welcome error message:
> The following error was encountered:
> Unable to determine IP address from host name for
> I assure you that this is not due to my employers ISP...
> This is the last time I'll bitch about this, up to the developers now to
> do something with it. I'll help out as much as I can - feel free to ask me
> for help. Like I said before, I can even host an SVN repo or even the
> entire website for you guys (free). OSS works if you involve the community
> as much as possible.
The site is separate from the CVS Repo in the first place, so hosting the site won't be necessary (from what I can tell). I hope you feel better, and the community doesn't lose you. We work with what we have. And what we have is little free-time and a few issues. The CVS works for the devs, and hearing that commits are there is really comforting. I'd love to see the changes, but it's not exactly necessary for me. Although I agree we should have the ability to get the new versions.
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