Hello, my group has been using fedorahosted for a couple projects for at
least a year now, very happy that this service exists - and the folks in
#fedora-admin are always friendly and helpful. Given our use of this
service, I was curious about a couple things. First, obviously gitorious
and github are the two main alternatives for (git) project hosting. While
github does not publish the source that powers their app, they do have a
number of nice features and services, and I was wondering if there were any
plans to try to replicate any of these things.
Some examples of what I mean include web hooks (
), pre-rolled post-commit hooks
(IRC, Jabber, Email, Trac, Campfire, etc.), gist (I know fedora has fpaste,
but gist has permanent option, and it is version controlled as well), and
general end-user-friendly things like a 'fork' button and useful docs/help (
Anyway, while it is not as open as fedorahosted, it does have a lot of nice
features, just wondering if this was being looked at as possible things to
reimplement or emulate on the fh side?
Related, kind of - is there a roadmap page on the wiki somewhere? Also, are
there any docs on what supported git hooks there are on fh?