slif at bellsouth.net
slif at bellsouth.net
Thu Mar 16 16:42:24 EST 2006
I have no experience with projects managed using freshmeat. If others feel strongly for
freshmeat, I'm happy to use that system.
SourceForge can help the community organize and track patches and enhancement requests. The author controls the content and access to the source base and to the patch/bugfix mechanisms, without requiring a lot of administrative effort.
I've had pretty good results using SourceForge for other open source software project that I've seen. SourceForge offers CVS and SVN. I'm in favor of the simplicity of CVS. The SourceForge CVS file browser offers good visibility for change management for projects that are mature, as this one is. The CVS Browser is not great, but not bad for the price (turn off pop-ups and images not originating from SourceForge. Yes, the delay is not optimal for study, but workable).
Yours In Trust,
> From: Carter Bullard <carter at qosient.com>
> Date: 2006/03/16 Thu AM 10:00:37 EST
> To: "Richard Bejtlich" <taosecurity at gmail.com>
> CC: Argus <argus-info at lists.andrew.cmu.edu>
> Subject: Re: [ARGUS] latest argus?
> Hey Richard,
> So, yes, we can do that, but I do not know enough about the best
> common practices of CVS to do it justice. I use p4 for everything
> I do, but that is an expensive solution compared to CVS (pay vs free).
> I had originally set up argus on freshmeat, and so that would be
> the place, I suspect. Sourceforge.net already has a dozen argus
> projects, so there would be some collision if we were there?
> On Mar 16, 2006, at 9:06 AM, Richard Bejtlich wrote:
> > On 3/15/06, Carter Bullard <carter at qosient.com> wrote:
> >> Gentle people,
> >> So its great to see there is interest!!!!
> > Hi Carter and list,
> > I am thrilled to hear about the Argus 3.0 BETA.
> > I am willing to test it on FreeBSD on i386 and amd64.
> > I noticed there is no CVS access for Argus. Would it be possible to
> > restore this, perhaps through Sourceforge? That would allow users to
> > check out the latest version instead of downloading an archive and
> > applying patches from the mailing list.
> > CVS might also facilitate testing as fixes are committed.
> > Thank you,
> > Richard
> Carter Bullard
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