Tomasz Rybak <tomasz.rybak(a)post.pl> writes:
Today I received notification
that git repository at https://git.tiker.net/trees/pyopencl.git
version of PyOpenCL (currently 2019.1.1), while one at GitHub
) has newer
commits and newer version tags (currently 2020.2.2). Is it just
or does now development happen only on GitHub and X is dead repository?
Till now Debian packages were checking X repository for getting latest
version. Should I change URL to GitHub? I do not mind using GitHub
(although there were some voices inside Debian arguing against that)
before applying this change I'd like to understand situation fully. The
same goes for PyCUDA and pytools
Responded directly to the MR on Salsa. The text of my response follows.
It's valid to consider the Github tree the canonical one. If it's
important to have a non-Github repo source, you may use
, however, at this point, I
have more faith in Github's ability to keep the repo available than my
own. I (accidentally, it seems) stopped pushing to the Gitweb trees; I
wasn't aware anyone was still looking at them. I'll simply migrate the
Gitweb trees to my Gitlab, turn off gitweb, and put in place a redirect.
The same is valid for PyCUDA and pytools.