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Susanne Wunsch is currently offline  Susanne Wunsch
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Registered: March 2008
Senior Member
Hi all,

First, I wish you all a happy and successful New Year.

Second, I today read the following bad news:

(https://www.assembla.com/wiki/show/railML/:)
"We are removing Trac Tool from our toolset by February 1st. You can
migrate your data to Assembla from the Trac Tab."

Our current host for the SVN (code repository) and Trac (issue tracking
system) will shortly cut a part of this service. It's no matter of
backup. We will fetch a zip archive of the latest version.

Where can we host the SVN and Trac together for the near future? Do you
have experiences with other free-of-charge or low-cost web services?

What to do in the middle future?

Change to other software bundles (git/?, SVN/JIRA, SVN/SourceForge,
SVN/FusionForge, SVN/Redmine ...)?

Further integrate the needed features (code repository, issue
tracking, wiki, forum/discussion) with other software solutions or
web hosting services?

Confluence/JIRA or Savannah.nongnu.org or SourceForge.net or
BerliOS.de?

It's not a question of migration, but a question of experiences with
these systems. What works fine, what not, what with troubles?

Love, to hear you opinions...
Susanne

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Re: railML Trac hosting? [message #1152 is a reply to message #1151] Fri, 24 January 2014 17:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
webmaster is currently offline  webmaster
Messages: 3
Registered: January 2014
Junior Member
Hello Susanne!

At first the good news: we're already working on a solution!

Currently, a new server is configured with which we combine the outsourced
services (SVN / Issue Tracker / NNTP ). With the new installation, we will
also try to use the ticket system Redmine [1], which brings a few new
features and improvements over the previously used Trac / SVN.

I will report here in the forum about news and the status of the
installation soon. We plan to switch the server on within the last week of
January 2014!

Best regards,
Alexander Wolf


URL: [1] http://www.redmine.org/

Susanne Wunsch wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> First, I wish you all a happy and successful New Year.
>
> Second, I today read the following bad news:
>
> (https://www.assembla.com/wiki/show/railML/:)
> "We are removing Trac Tool from our toolset by February 1st. You can
> migrate your data to Assembla from the Trac Tab."
>
> Our current host for the SVN (code repository) and Trac (issue tracking
> system) will shortly cut a part of this service. It's no matter of
> backup. We will fetch a zip archive of the latest version.
>
> Where can we host the SVN and Trac together for the near future? Do you
> have experiences with other free-of-charge or low-cost web services?
>
> What to do in the middle future?
>
> Change to other software bundles (git/?, SVN/JIRA, SVN/SourceForge,
> SVN/FusionForge, SVN/Redmine ...)?
>
> Further integrate the needed features (code repository, issue
> tracking, wiki, forum/discussion) with other software solutions or
> web hosting services?
>
> Confluence/JIRA or Savannah.nongnu.org or SourceForge.net or
> BerliOS.de?
>
> It's not a question of migration, but a question of experiences with
> these systems. What works fine, what not, what with troubles?
>
> Love, to hear you opinions...
> Susanne
>



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Re: railML Trac hosting? [message #1153 is a reply to message #1152] Thu, 06 March 2014 18:26 Go to previous message
webmaster is currently offline  webmaster
Messages: 3
Registered: January 2014
Junior Member
Hello to all railML users and developers,

our new railML.org development server is online since 4 weeks now and it
just works. You'll find the updated SVN and Issue Tracker service here:

https://trac.railml.org

The railML project workspace at Assembla.com is outdated and will be
completely switched off shortly. Pay attention please on the configuration
in your programs!

Would like to participate in the development of railML? Please contact us
via the contact form or at one of our meetings!

Best regards,
Alexander Wolf



Alexander Wolf wrote:
>
> Hello Susanne!
>
> At first the good news: we're already working on a solution!
>
> Currently, a new server is configured with which we combine the outsourced
> services (SVN / Issue Tracker / NNTP ). With the new installation, we will
> also try to use the ticket system Redmine [1], which brings a few new
> features and improvements over the previously used Trac / SVN.
>
> I will report here in the forum about news and the status of the
> installation soon. We plan to switch the server on within the last week of
> January 2014!
>
> Best regards,
> Alexander Wolf
>
>
> URL: [1] http://www.redmine.org/
>
> Susanne Wunsch wrote:
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> First, I wish you all a happy and successful New Year.
>>
>> Second, I today read the following bad news:
>>
>> (https://www.assembla.com/wiki/show/railML/:)
>> "We are removing Trac Tool from our toolset by February 1st. You can
>> migrate your data to Assembla from the Trac Tab."
>>
>> Our current host for the SVN (code repository) and Trac (issue tracking
>> system) will shortly cut a part of this service. It's no matter of
>> backup. We will fetch a zip archive of the latest version.
>>
>> Where can we host the SVN and Trac together for the near future? Do you
>> have experiences with other free-of-charge or low-cost web services?
>>
>> What to do in the middle future?
>>
>> Change to other software bundles (git/?, SVN/JIRA, SVN/SourceForge,
>> SVN/FusionForge, SVN/Redmine ...)?
>>
>> Further integrate the needed features (code repository, issue
>> tracking, wiki, forum/discussion) with other software solutions or
>> web hosting services?
>>
>> Confluence/JIRA or Savannah.nongnu.org or SourceForge.net or
>> BerliOS.de?
>>
>> It's not a question of migration, but a question of experiences with
>> these systems. What works fine, what not, what with troubles?
>>
>> Love, to hear you opinions...
>> Susanne
>>
>
>
>



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