On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 08:41:35AM +1000, James Cameron wrote:
> I'm not opposed to leaving SF if it starts to look dangerous to be
> there.  We should have backups of everything there anyway, and
> Real Time is the obvious place to have these backups.  Dave can you
> confirm we are not exposed to a sudden loss of SF?

We are at this point, but I will go through everything and do a full
backup to orion of all our data there.

> Dave, so my thoughts on setting up a SF instance ... do it if we need to
> because then it won't be overkill any more.  A revisit of old decision.

What does SF give us that we don't already have?  Patch submission,
support requests and bug tracking.  Everything else is accounted for.
If none of the above are important, I suggest not messing with SF.
We can change our minds again if netrek undergoes a revival and we
suddenly have too many developers that we can't coordiate...

> Overall, I think I should be concentrating on making the client easier
> to install and use.  http://www.jordanr.dhs.org/isinfo.htm might be the
> Windows installer I shall use as a first try.

I agree.

Dave Ahn | ahn at vec.wfubmc.edu | Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center

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