|Subject:||Re: [Health-dev] GNU Health in Github|
|Date:||Mon, 22 Jan 2018 11:01:46 -0500|
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On 19/01/18 09:15, Luis Falcon wrote:
Hi Oscar, Mario, Community ! On Thu, 18 Jan 2018 12:47:15 -0300 Mario Castro Squella <address@hidden> wrote:I think Mr. Stallman has answered this question elsewhere before: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/discuss-gnustep/2015-12/msg00168.html <https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/discuss-gnustep/2015-12/msg00168.html> Mario Castro Squella Ingeniero de Software | Registrar SW <http://www.registrar.cl/> +56 9 9702 8116
I know see technical reasons for does not uses Github, I think that Stallman says is respectable, but it is not the last word, it says that private company are evil!!, It's like saying that a knife is evil, with a knife you can to do good actions (save lifes) or bad actions (take lives), everything depends on who is used, I know many private companies that make large donations and corrupt nonprofit organizations. Can this great project ignore this, https://octoverse.github.com/?
Luis, IMHO yes there is a problem, I think missing more developers, translators and testers, simply passing this project to bitbucket or github will explosively increase the collaborating communityAgree with Mario and Stallman. I believe that Savannah has a great environment for development of GNU Health 1) It belongs to the FSF and the community, not to a private company. Probably this is the most important one. 2) We've been hosting GNU Health there since 2011, and so far, no problems.
because I have found many more bugs than should exist and this occurrs because missing help, solve bugs and discuss them is easier in Github, Savannah require knows another plattform, that little number of developers wants to know.
Luis, you have a nice and good project but there are missing hands that help us, you can not save the world alone :|3) We have tasks, bugs, mercurial repos, news, release of official packages, ... Oscar, I also think that there is room for improvement in Savannah, that provides greater flexibility. We can just talk to the savannah hackers.
I think is the time for all community open the mind
We were talking with Chris Zimmerman about the possibility use of the existing (and initial) Sourceforge page for GNU Health for community projects, that some of them can later be added to the official release. We just have to be careful in not dispersing resources. Let us know your thoughts. Bests Luis
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