I will export the bug tracker to XML and send it to you.
I need you to give me an email address for the webmaster at zfs-fuse that you
know for sure will receive emails from the website (Both contact form and
administrivia). My server is clearly not the mail exchanger, so you need to
provision that (sehe.nl seems to be the exchanger).
I don't know what you mean by "rolling up the original git repo". I would
rather just point people to the git repo currently in github/zfs-fuse/zfs-
fuse. I will just summarily ignore the gitweb as I assume it is obsolete.
This means migrating the download links away from gitweb. I will do that, so
long as the official git repo has the appropriate tags. I trust you will give
me the correct tags for 0.6.9 and 0.7.0 that will correspond to the gitweb
Accounts: I need you and the others to register with the new web site so you
can help maintain the page and add more info. The page is turning into a ZFS
community type of thing, integrating other ZFS-related projects beyond ZFS-
FUSE, to increase the relevance of ZFS in these days.
I was frankly hoping for more detailed answers to the issues I raised. It's
hard to run a project Web site when the people behind the code are AWOL.
Post by sgheeren
I think the repo you created is awesome and you should use it.
Whatever you prefer.
I'd be fine if you rolled up the original git repo, and we'll keep on
using that on github.com:zfs-fuse/zfs-fuse.git
The bug tracker could be exported (to XML)? I'd be happy if you did.
I'll see about uploading it to Github if needed
Accounts: I could see the whole operation being moved to github.
Otherwise, just create new accounts and email the holders?
Manuel Amador (Rudd-O)
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