This is a discussion on Re: CVS delay - SNMP ; On Fri, Apr 21, 2006 at 08:59:19PM +0100, D.T.Shield@csc.liv.ac.uk wrote: > Quoting Magnus Fromreide : > >I am curious about how big delay one should expect from the merge of a > >patch > >in the net-snmp cvs to such ...
On Fri, Apr 21, 2006 at 08:59:19PM +0100, D.T.Shield@csc.liv.ac.uk wrote:
> Quoting Magnus Fromreide
> >I am curious about how big delay one should expect from the merge of a
> >in the net-snmp cvs to such time when it shows up in the public CVS and the
> >web CVS archive.
> >I think 3 weeks delay is a little too long.
> That's really a question for the Source Forge people, rather than us.
> According to their "Site Status" page (Document A04), there is currently
> a "partial outage" in the CVS provision.
Ah, thanks for the information.
> Quoting from that status page:
> ( 2006-04-14 11:18:04 - Project CVS Service ) As of 2006-04-14 we
> ... with a goal of having it online by the end of the
> month of April. This is a best guess, and may not get hit due to the
> aggressive timeline we have placed on this project. However, be assured
> that recovery of this service in full is our highest priority. The sync
> process between developer and anonymous CVS (ViewCVS, etc.) is disabled
> now until the new infrastructure is in place
Would it be possible to put up a tarball of a clean checkout of the trunk
and maybe some branches somewhere, as a stopgap measure for those who lack
developer CVS access?
I do not even imagine that those copies should come more frequently than maybe
once every one or two weeks but it would nice to have anyhow.
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