Kamil Dudka wrote:
> > > The official libssh2 git repo is at https://github.com/libssh2/libssh2
> > I pushed to git.libssh2.org because I do not use GitHub, and I don't
> > think you should either. Read their terms. Apparently if someone sues
> > them for something you have done, you have to pay for their lawyers.
> > That's just one of the many silly things.
> > I don't intend on maintaining a fork and I'm not splintering the
> > effort. I've pushed an updaated (rewritten) branch to git.libssh2.org
> > now, with Salvador's commits on top of what's currently at GitHub.
> I do not think I understand the relation between those two git repositories.
Since Daniel has decided to depend on GitHub Inc. I don't think
there's any point in me hosting repositories and Trac anymore.
Unfortunately this also means that I can't help as maintainer
either, because as I wrote I don't use GitHub.
Daniel, I think you have to decide exactly what you want
git.libssh2.org and trac.libssh2.org to do in the future,
If you decide that there is no use for either or both of them then
please help me dismantle the hosting that I have set up. I'm happy
to put any kind of redirect there that you might like, but I'd like
to quickly dismantle any services that aren't being used.
Received on 2015-11-02