On 26/07/2011, at 4:58 PM, Chris Lalancette wrote:
> A few weeks ago, it was pretty common for it to be
> times. If that's still occurring, then there's no way we should keep
> eggs into that basket. GitHub's wiki would be fine with me. They have a
> very good collaboration platform, and it's to our benefit to use it (well).
But my point is that the whole development process revolves around Redmine,
so it has to be up anyway. If we want to revisit *that* decision, that's
opening up a whole other can of worms.
(as a sidenote, while I'm really digging GitHub, I wonder how long it will be
until we have to start paying them for service, at which point it will seem
pretty silly for us to have moved there)
Not a bad point. From my perspective the main problem with Redmine
is that it seems to be unreliable. If we can fix that so it becomes
solid (actually reliable) then I'm all for Redmine.
If not, then anything else beats it. Even *paid for* GitHub wiki that
we don't have to maintain (the software of). :) I don't control the
purse strings though, so that just an opinion. ;)
Regards and best wishes,
Aeolus Community Manager