[Bioperl-l] Take 2 of the new subversion repository.
cjfields at uiuc.edu
Fri Jul 13 14:29:22 EDT 2007
I don't think there's a huge rush on this since BOSC is imminent. If
devs really want https then we can try adding it after migration, but
if it becomes too much of a headache (particularly for the web
admins) I wouldn't worry about it.
On Jul 13, 2007, at 12:30 PM, Jason Stajich wrote:
> I'll try and look into this and other stuff with the migration in
> next week or so - maybe we'll make some time to talk it through
> during BOSC. I don't know yet when I'll actually have time to think
> about it properly.
> I am still worried about doing https because of the current system we
> have supporting user logins and that we didn't want to run a web
> server on the main repository machine and we'll have to install DAV
> on the main repository machine. if ssh+svn is going to be sufficient
> hurdle for people, note it was already a hurdle for them with CVS,
> but we'll have to think a bit more on it.
> We might be able to do some sort of NFS (or other exported FS) but
> exported to the webserver machine but that is may be a recipe for
> On Jul 10, 2007, at 4:11 PM, George Hartzell wrote:
>> Chris Fields writes:
>>> We prob. need to schedule a specific day/time when the switchover
>>> would take place so we can announce (so everyone knows and no one
>>> gripe). Did we ever resolve the svn->cvs issue? Jason pointed out
>>> some tools a while ago...
>> I haven't done anything about it.
>> I think that we also need to have some input from the admin/support
>> folk about access methods (https, etc...).
>> Are we going to want to mirror the repository anywhere?
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