nikodemus at random-state.net
Tue Aug 19 13:04:51 UTC 2003
As seen on cll:
"It is a pleasure to announce
a web-site dedicated to providing the Common Lisp community with
development resources, including CVS, FTP, mailing lists, and
Future plans include Subversion and Arch support, co-operation with
other related projects, plus news and articles (authors are welcome!)."
CCLAN is definitely a project we (Common-lisp.net) would like to
* CCLAN node at ftp://ftp.common-lisp.net/pub/cclan/
* Semi-automatic inclusion of projects hosted at Common-lisp.net to
CCLAN: hosted projects fullfilling CCLAN requirements would be
provided a mechanism for making releases into CCLAN without
human intervention (or whatever amount of human intervention
is considered necessary for safety).
The first is probably a relatively simple matter, but the second would
require among other things a common aproach to project names.
Before boring everyone with my own thoughts on this I'd like to hear
if CCLAN folks consider either option in the least viable.
[ Note: Let's keep this discussion on cclan-list, and drop clo-devel
from CC. People on clo-devel interested in this should subscribe to
cclan-list for the duration. ]
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