Question about using fedorahosted as a git mirror
Richard W.M. Jones
rjones at redhat.com
Sat Sep 4 16:22:51 UTC 2010
There's a legitimate use of git hosting providers as mirrors, where
they don't act as the canonical upstream of a project, but they act as
backup git mirrors. This is useful if you want to allow an alternate
place to pull from (for higher availability) or for enabling transifex
support where you don't want to give out ssh access to the primary git
It'd be great if fedorahosted could be used for this.
Is this an acceptable use for fedorahosted?
If permitted, would such projects need to be hidden from the front page?
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