[sylpheed:37006] Re: Is the Sylpheed project dead? (was: Re: Re: [ANNOUNCE] Server maintenance (2020/11/26))

Ricardo Mones mones at debian.org
Sat Sep 11 20:57:44 JST 2021


On Wed, Sep 08, 2021 at 11:35:41PM +0000, Globe Trotter wrote:
> Sadly, this appears to be the case. Perhaps it can be moved to github
> and interested people can contribute but it will still need a project
> leader. 

Well, the list is still working, perhaps by pure luck, but I hope that
means there's still somebody taking care or at least keeping it running.

If I were such leader, which I'm not, I'd wait a bit more before such
drastic movement, in hope this uncertaity is just some pandemic-induced
hiatus which is going to be resolved sooner or later.

Anyway, without network access to the SVN repo is not possible to get a
git clone with full history.

  Ricardo Mones 
  Physics is like sex: sure, it may give some practical results, but 
  that's not why we do it.                            Richard Feynman

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