I use Google Code with Mercurial. It took a little while to adjust to
an issue-tracking system other than Trac, but I'm generally happy with
On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 02:50:07PM -0500, Ross Singer wrote:
> Also, Google Code offers both HG and SVN support.
> I have several projects there (although haven't used Mercurial) and
> certainly find it a lot less frustrating than admin'ing Trac.
> On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 2:39 PM, Mark A. Matienzo <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Hi Yitzchak,
> > I've been pretty happy with using BitBucket  to host Mercurial
> > repositories. It doesn't have Trac, but it does have it's own decently
> > featured issue tracker, commit log viewer, and wiki system. The free
> > plan is generous enough for you to get started.
> >  http://bitbucket.org/
> > Mark A. Matienzo
> > Applications Developer, Strategic Planning
> > The New York Public Library
> > On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 2:22 PM, Yitzchak Schaffer
> > <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >> Hello all,
> >> As I was considering whether to migrate our SVN repositories to Mercurial
> >> (or possibly Bazaar) so as to allow for distributed control (like if I'm on
> >> the train or otherwise off the grid), I got word from our IT higher-ups that
> >> they want us to stop hosting our code on our domain and server.
> >> Before I start trekking around looking for hosting, does anyone in the crowd
> >> here have a server set up, and is potentially willing to host Trac+SVN or
> >> Trac+HG for our open-source projects? We currently have two.
> >> Alternately, I'd love to hear suggestions on regular hosting providers -
> >> particularly for Trac+Mercurial.
> >> Many thanks,
> >> --
> >> Yitzchak Schaffer
> >> Systems Manager
> >> Touro College Libraries
> >> 33 West 23rd Street
> >> New York, NY 10010
> >> Tel (212) 463-0400 x5230
> >> Fax (212) 627-3197
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