bart at cs.pdx.edu
Tue Apr 16 17:38:14 UTC 2019
I've definitely dropped the ball on this. I have Keith's master
archive of Dirvish stuff preserved, so nothing should be lost, and
someone I trust offered to help me with getting this set up — then I
never got back to them. Don't know what to do but apologize and try to
get it all going again.
As everybody says, the thing just works, so it keeps not being urgent
to get things re-setup.
Thanks much to everybody for prodding me on this. Again, my apologies.
On Tue, Apr 16, 2019 at 2:58 AM Andreas Kotes
<count-dirvish.org at flatline.de> wrote:
> On 16.04.19 11:26, Paul Slootman wrote:
> > On Mon 15 Apr 2019, Christian Kranich wrote:
> >> As the project seems not too active currently I am asking myself if
> >> - it is quiet because it is simply smoothly running where it is used
> >> or
> >> - Simply almost nobody is using it anymore?
> > I use it on lots of systems. Just make sure the cron mail reaches you
> > and you get a message if a backup failed. For the rest it's fire and
> > forget.
> yupp, same here. we could also register it with a domain registrar like
> gandi.net, which allows multi-person control of the domain registration,
> so recover isn't that hard if anything happens to any of us.
> we've also got the (currently unmanaged) https://github.com/dirvish
> organization, which might be a good place for the sourcecode and (via
> github pages and a CNAME) the website.
> the last time the question was which was "the real" branch/fork, IIRC -
> but I don't think having multiple would be a real issue, considering the
> way git works. just merge as needed and release from each branch.
> I'm happy to help keep the lights on either way.
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