Re: [Infotropique] on bugtrackers

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Author: ng0
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Subject: Re: [Infotropique] on bugtrackers
ng0 via Infotropique transcribed 3.5K bytes:
> Catonano transcribed 5.6K bytes:
> > 2018-03-18 14:14 GMT+01:00 ng0 via Infotropique <infotropique@???>
> > :
> >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > as you might or might not be aware I've messed around with quiet
> > > a number of integrated source code management suits and also
> > > bugtrackers. I think I've tried every solution out there today.
> > > I never liked any of them, and I'll remove the gitlab project
> > > (https://gitlab.secushare.org/infotropique/issues/issue) soon
> > > as it it basically just neglected and abandoned.
> > >
> > > I prefer email as it has 0 overhead for anyone and is as accessible
> > > as it gets today, including a minimal amount of barrier.
> > >
> > > I don't know if the mailinglist will stay at inventati, for now it
> > > is okay. In the future I'd like to move it to a server operated by someone
> > > I trust
> > > and know, addressable with @lists.infotropique.org or something.
> > >
> > > I have started to fill up the document ROADMAP in the 'doc' repository[0]
> > > with the open issues etc.
> > > I'd like to discuss issues and bugs via Email. Patches will be send via
> > > Email.
> > > For now there's very little to be done for you (basically: nothing) but
> > > I'm getting to the point where contributions will be possible. This is
> > > early stages of experimentation and I'm simply trying to wrap my head
> > > around some solutions. Progress happens in small steps.
> > > Once the 'pkgs' and 'ports' and other repositories are stabilized enough,
> > > you could already send version updates for packages and so on.
> > >
> > > In other news, I dropped the 'collective' part. It's a good, idealized
> > > way to work I wanted, but if it happens it is far up in the future.
> > > Nevertheless I have some experimentation with liquidfeedback and community-
> > > focused development in mind which I need to write about at some point.
> > >
> > > 0: see https://git.infotropique.org/infotropique/ for the repository.
> > >    clone via: git clone https://git.infotropqiue.org/
> > > git/infotropique/doc.git

> >
> >
> > ~$ git clone https://git.infotropqiue.org/git/infotropique/doc.git
> > Cloning into 'doc'...
> > fatal: unable to access '
> > https://git.infotropqiue.org/git/infotropique/doc.git/': Failed to connect
> > to git.infotropqiue.org port 443: Connessione rifiutata
> > [connection refused]
>
> I just checked until I realized you (or I?) made a typo, it is:
>
> git clone https://git.infotropique.org/git/infotropique/doc.git


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