Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
Andreas Roehler writes:
> From my experience with launchpad so far --without knowing much
> about the background-- it might be an alternative for XEmacs
> projects too, to make developing more lively, let people more
> easily follow via mailing lists etc.
I'm not sure what improvements you have in mind.
see discussion bill-board.
The point with emacs-wiki is, you are always at the risk of an edit-war.
Wouldn't want to spent my time for such things.
Launchpad lets give permissions easily, but the owner retains control.
Pushing with bazaar isn't more complicated as writing this mail finally.
Launchpad has some
nice features, but we are not going to make another repository move
soon, especially not if it involves changing VCS to bzr.
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