The end of the year is approaching. Remains less than a month.Bitmonster wrote:So this project is now in a kind of transition state. I will try to keep this site up and running in 2010. And I will take the time to publish new releases from the SVN on a regular basis, so the changes from the plugin developers in the SVN trunk will be available to the users.
But on the long term this project needs some core developers, a new administrator (or a team of administrators) and a plan to move the project to a new hosting. Otherwise EventGhost will simply vanish into thin air.
So lets start the discussion on how to do it. The first step should be to move the SVN repository to some other hosting. Currently my preference is to move it back to SourceForge as it would be a stable platform (although not very fast).
It is high time to find a solution!
We can not allow EventGhost disappeared in the air.
I see two problems:
1) New hosting for SVN. This would perhaps not be as big a problem, go to SourceForge.
2) New hosting for the forum, wiki, documentation and downloads. I see this as more of a problem.
I urge you - follow the necessary steps.
Someone should take the lead.
I can help, but I do not know how.
I believe there will be people who will know what to do and they do it.