[sbml-discuss] Repository for SBML related code & scripts ?
fbergman at u.washington.edu
Mon Dec 15 17:15:17 PST 2008
> Yes, but, um, I would kinda prefer to use SVN, even though
> it's somewhat older technology, because (1) it's more widely
> known and is more likely to be something people are already
> familiar with (I *think* ...); (2) the existing SBML source
> repository uses SVN.
> Would SVN be ok with people?
I do prefer SVN myself so that sounds great
> If so, we already have an SVN repository, the one hosted by
> SourceForge. We could simply set up an area on SF.net for
> this, then provide an interface page on sbml.org coupled
> with the existing wiki system on sbml.org. People could
> describe their scripts simply using a wiki page on sbml.org,
> and provide a link to the entry in the SVN repository. The
> model would be more or less like that of mediawiki.org (see
> http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:EditCount as an
> example of an entry page for a MediaWiki extension), but
> simpler, and with some templates that let people structure
> the description page in a regular way.
> What do you think?
I think that would work just fine. At first it does look a bit overwhelming,
with too much information, but I would assume smaller scripts might not have
to provide all information.
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