dway at mailcan.com
Wed Jun 22 16:35:22 UTC 2005
Sounds great. I was going to say Avi should just go ahead and decide
where to put the release repository, but it looks like he's already done
It'll probably be good to have at least two major community SqueakSource
repositories anyway... the one at berne and also this new one (in
addition to others such Impara's etc).
On another note, I wonder if it might be useful or possible to have a
read-only mirror of this repository, perhaps mirrored nightly. The
repository is roughly equivalent in importance to the update stream,
which has been mirrored for a long time. Not sure if the SqueakSource
squeak image is required to simply read from a repository. Or if the
"config map" changeset updates can easily specify a backup repository.
Anyway, we don't have to worry about this right now, just something to
On Wed, 22 Jun 2005 15:10:09 +0200, "Cees De Groot" <cdegroot at gmail.com>
> I have apache+mod_proxy running on that box. If you have a
> configuration block, I'll put it in. I'll set it up as
> On 6/22/05, Avi Bryant <avi.bryant at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 6/22/05, Cees De Groot <cdegroot at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > You can log in as isqueak at de-1.tric.nl with your own ssh key. I opened
> > > port 9090 in the firewall, you can use that for Seaside. Give me a
> > > ring on my GSM (0626270036) if you have any trouble.
> > Ok, so, there's an instance of SqueakSource running at
> > http://de-1.tric.nl:9090/seaside/ss. Next step I guess is to set up
> > the DNS, vhost, ProxyPass etc... also we should put something in place
> > to restart and restore everything if the machine or squeak process
> > goes down, but that can be done by hand for now.
> > Avi
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