[odf-discuss] Problem with Google Code
daniel.carrera at zmsl.com
Fri Dec 22 22:02:15 EST 2006
Jean just offered to give me an FTP account to the Friends of
OpenDocument server. That will do fine for now. I just wanted to
de-couple the viewer download from the rest of our already-struggling
server. And it's easier than applying for a SF account.
If we get _really_ popular then SourceForge is definitely the best
option. I think it would be a good problem to have if we have to apply
for a SourceForge account :)
Thanks for the idea.
On Fri, 2006-12-22 at 18:37 -0800, marbux wrote:
> What about SourceForge.net?
> On 12/22/06, Daniel Carrera <daniel.carrera at zmsl.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I just discovered an issue with Google Code: There is a 100MB disk quota
> > and files are never deleted.
> > Considering that we can expect to use up 35MB on every release, this
> > disk quota is totally unworkable. I wrote to the appropriate address to
> > explain the situation, as indicated in the FAQ, but I don't see that we
> > can expect them to give us 10-times what they give everyone else, or to
> > change the system so that we can delete files.
> > Consequences:
> > * We can keep Google Code but not use it for downloads.
> > * We can look elsewhere.
> > I took a look at Launchapd (to Alex's great dismay), and it doesn't let
> > you do downloads. I guess we are not likely to find a place that has
> > both free downloads we can use and a simple issue tracker. So I guess
> > we'll have to go back to hosting the downloads ourselves at least for
> > now. Oh well...
> > Alex, as a sidenote, take a look at https://launchpad.net/faq to see why
> > you have two accounts and how you can merge them.
> > Cheers,
> > Daniel.
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