[rt-devel] SourceForge for RT add-ons?

Bruce Campbell bruce_campbell at ripe.net
Tue Dec 31 14:55:08 EST 2002

On Mon, 30 Dec 2002, darren chamberlain wrote:

> * Stanislav Sinyagin <ssinyagin at yahoo.com> [2002-12-30 14:43]:
> >
> > --- Bruce Campbell <bruce_campbell at ripe.net> wrote:
> > > Hrm.  Just to forstall anyone getting too far ahead of themselves, I've
> > > started the process of creating 'rt-addons' on Source Forge.
> >
> > fine, here's the proposal of CVS directory structure:

Part of what I'm intending to do with the SF project is to have a similar
layout to what (I feel) should be in the 3.0 contrib.  Hence, version
numbers won't be in the path.

Hence, a simplistic layout would be:

	Actions			# ScripActions
	Authentication		# added based on the ldap references since
	CLI			# CLI utils
	Conditions (Scrip)	# ScripConditions
	Conversion		# added based on questions re import utils
	Core			# Mods to RT Core
	Doc			# added; link to RT/FM
	Other			# No category known
	Packages		# eg, Stats package
	Web			# Web page presentation.

And the index.html of each being a collection of current contribs.

> And so on (I'm using names from
> <http://www.fsck.com/pub/rt/contrib/2.0/> right now), and then each
> module could have a 2.0 and 3.0 directory, and possibly a 1.0 directory.
> Or, different versions could be CVS branches within the repository.  I

The repository as such would be just web pages.  The distribution files
would be still hosted at www.fsck.com .

                             Bruce Campbell                            RIPE
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