[sword-devel] Multiple Module Repositories

Daniel Owens dhowens at pmbx.net
Sat Nov 29 07:16:12 MST 2008

Familie von Kaehne wrote:
> Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>> Multiple Module Repositories allow both factions of preference to 
>> proceed forward.
> I can agree with this. I still maintain that the slowness of throughput
> through modules at crosswire.org is a serious problem right now.
> It is more of a problem as the role of the alternative repositories is
> not acknowledged in the official website.
> I suggest a all round acceptable solution would be to be lot clearer on
> the website etc regarding the role of the CrossWire repository as a
> (OSIS/TEI) standard setter, but also state explicitely that acceptance
> of new modules into this repo can and will occasionally take significant
> amounts of time + direct those who simply want a module up (in whatever
> form) in a public and mainstream repo should contact xyz.

This sounds good.

> I also suggest that we add some wiki pages on how to create and maintain
> your own repo.

Boy, if you could do this Peter, it would be a great help. I did address 
this question yesterday or the day before, but nobody responded to it.

> I am happy to do both jobs, though would probably pester you with some
> technical questions.
> I also would require write access to the relevant parts of the main
> website. I could also work on the main page and do some clean up there
> (removing/changing links to dead projects, adding links to living ones)
> Peter
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