[nbusers] [OT] What about migration plans from Kenai.com to Java.net?

  • From: Ricardo Palomares Martínez < >
  • To: NetBeans Users mailing list < >
  • Subject: [nbusers] [OT] What about migration plans from Kenai.com to Java.net?
  • Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2012 00:38:48 +0200


Sorry to introduce an OT here, but I can't find anything useful about
in Kenai.com nor Java.net sites, and Kenai forums seem to be dead.

When Java.net was revamped to use kenai.com infrastructure, it was
announced that, in the long term, Kenai existing projects would be
migrated to Java.net. It is close to a year since then, and no other
news have been posted about this migration plans.

Taking the source code and putting it into a new project in Java.net
is easy for me, although I would probably need help to migrate the
Mercurial history. However, now I would need to set up a wiki site and
I'd rather not create it at Kenai.com if I'm not certain that the
entire project will be migrated. I have a local copy of the Java
source code, but not for the wiki content, and I'm worried about
Kenai.com suddenly closing its service without prior notice.

So, my question is: can I expect that a n actual migration will happen
someday before Kenai.com is shutdown? Or should I migrate right now to
Java.net, possibly losing the Mercurial history?


[nbusers] [OT] What about migration plans from Kenai.com to Java.net?

Ricardo Palomares Martínez 09/29/2012

[nbusers] Re: [OT] What about migration plans from Kenai.com to Java.net?

Fabrizio Giudici 09/30/2012

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