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Re: mintty project
- From: Thomas Wolff <towo at towo dot net>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 04 Jun 2015 08:29:45 +0200
- Subject: Re: mintty project
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Am 02.06.2015 um 20:37 schrieb Tony Kelman:
I have acquired that account meanwhile but apparently it cannot be
turned into an org. account, rather it would need to be attached to a
separate org. account (weird policy).
Actually there is also an orphaned github account called "cygwin" which
could be claimed by a cygwin maintainer (Corinna?), maybe as an option
to host cygwin packages.
â Yaakov could turn github/cygwinports into an "organisation account"
and give me admin rights for the mintty repository.
â I could create a dedicated account and repository.
â I could host mintty somewhere else.
There is also an inactive "mintty" user on github, you could contact
github about name squatting there and try to turn that into an
Apart from that, I am still hesitating to go with github.com. What do
people think about gitlab.com instead? It makes a more serious
impression and has some more professional features. Or maybe codebase.com?
My concern is to find a good and stable home for a cygwin core project.
Of course I could also host it on my hard disk (or personal domain) and
just publish source packages...
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