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Apr 22 12 12:14 PM

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Our website http://www.amule.org/ is currently offline I'm afraid. It requires maintenance, but the only person able to do it is not available for at least a week. So it will stay offline for a while, but not permanently.
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Aug 31 12 8:23 PM

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On 2012.08.31 the website (amule.org) is down. Is this related to the hosting change? Have a crash question, wondering if I should wait till the old forums return (as it may have been answered) or ask in this backup forum. Thanks for the program.

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Sep 4 12 5:05 PM

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Well, www.amule.org now points to our Sourceforge page. So the original website is down for good now at last.

There are plans to get it back up again somewhere else, but afaik no time plan exists. So yes, this is the place to ask questions now.
I will post more info as soon as I get it.

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Sep 4 12 9:36 PM

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Who has access to DNS settings of amule.org domain?

What if we just switch all to this forum? Maybe we could also import messages? Or just start new?

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Sep 5 12 10:24 AM

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[quote]Who has access to DNS settings of amule.org domain?Kry and GonoszTopi. There are plans to move existing content to a new place (which would be especially useful for the wiki), but I have no idea if and when this will happen. Importing stuff to here is not possible. Otoh, stuff posted here will be gone when the new place goes up.

That little Q&A we had in the last months in the old place can run here fine though.

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Sep 14 12 7:34 PM

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Well, the other half of the development team is working in the background to get a real website back up, but is very busy atm, so no time estimate.
SVN has been moved permanently to Google Code.
Meanwhile activities can continue here. Except for the Wiki which is the biggest miss at the moment.

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Oct 21 12 3:38 PM

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IIRC, Google Code also provides a wiki.

en.wikibooks.org hosts manuals and textbooks, and is run by the same foundation that hosts Wikipedia. Please consider it as an option. For any questions:
http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=wikibooks
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikibooks: ... m/Projects

You may also activate a channel on Freenode - it hosts several official and unofficial channels of FOSS projects.
http://freenode.net/policy.shtml
http://webchat.freenode.net?channels=freenode (for help)

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Oct 21 12 9:37 PM

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Thank you for the suggestions.
We are currently trying to get the original forum and wiki up on a server similar to what we had before.
Problem with the Google Code wiki is that you can only use it, not easily import an existing wiki.

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Dec 29 12 11:49 PM

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Hello StuRedman,
given the code has already been moved to Google Code, wouldn't it be better to consolidate on it as much components as possible? I'm thinking of Mantis and the Wiki, which have a direct correspondence on GC.

I'm willing to do the migration work if you agree, by either researching for migration scripts (Mantis -> GC issue, MediaWiki -> GC wiki) or by writing it, but it will probably need me to have access to the backend of the currently dead website (or what can be found on the web, like webarchive).

I maintain the Debian packages so I'm mainly interested in the Issues part, but I see there's a lot of interest in migrating the Wiki too, so I can do that too.

Please let me know what you (and others reading this forum) think about moving to GC more deeply.

Cheers

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Dec 30 12 12:17 AM

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Do you know who can edit amule.org page? a reference to the Google Code project would help spread its knowledge (even googling for it it's kinda hidden).

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Jan 26 13 7:06 PM

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I'll just say it one more time, then stop

I still think that (at least the development part, so code and issue tracking) should be consolidated on a source code hosting site; given the SVN repository was moved to Google Code, the same path should be followed for the issues.

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