On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 3:35 PM, Ian Johnson <enjalot(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I'm also a fan of github. Besides having a really nice interface
potentially increasing exposure with all that social mumbo jumbo it does
have convenient tools for managing an opensource project. People can easily
fork the code with one click, make changes on their own hosted repository
and when they are ready they can do a pull request.
Yes, this is basically what I was going to say. With github it is
easier to follow the process of development in different branches.
Plus github has an issue tracker (a simple one, but still).
In any case, I do not want to force you to use github if you do not
want to. But I, on the other hand, will definitely push my copy of
this repo there, and I'd just prefer forking the 'official' repo
instead of creating a decoupled one.