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Re: [Debian-sf-devel] Re: submission of freeprojects too

From: Mathieu Roy
Subject: Re: [Debian-sf-devel] Re: submission of freeprojects tool devel -
Date: 20 Feb 2003 16:18:12 +0100
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Christian BAYLE <address@hidden> said:

> I think all kind of cutomization are possible with
> savannah/debian-sf/gforge code
> But it should really be some work to make this easier
> I always think that sourceforge-derivated code could have some core
> common infrastructure
> and that it would be better to work together on big part of the code
> There is i18n in debian-sf and gforge and probably big pieces of
> translation are reusable for savannah
> The problem is how to merge effort?
> I made some work to reuse savannah theme in debian-sf and there are
> also available in gforge
> This was not a big problem showing me that the 2 codes are not so far.
> The more we wait the most difficult it will be nevertheless.
> I think savannah is missing a good installer like we made for
> debian-sf and now gforge
> My idea is the following:
>     -I (We?) try to port debian-sf installer to savannah, this will
> help to have a better idea on database differences

Can you give details about this installer ? What are this advantages ?
The current Savannah can be installed in 5 minutes : what is difficult
is to set up mailman etc.
>     -For code that are different we use the work Roland made for
> plugin to enable to choose one solution or the other (I think here
> especially to the tracker) -We should be able to have common plugin
> between savannah and gforge as a first step -We should be able to
> have a common class for themes too.

It can be interesting.

Mathieu Roy
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