Off Topic: Sourceforge Vs. code.google.com
Posted by John W.
on April 29, 2010
This is off topic - sortof - but wanted to point out something I have observed at the Embedded Systems Conference - google is hosting a site that is somewhat similar to Sourceforge - open source projects can be hosted at http://code.google.com -
Do you think Sourceforge will go the way of the dinosaur - eventually? I haven't dug into it too deep - I am not sure about revision control systems like what Sourceforge offers - CVS/Subversion, etc - but if code.google.com doesn't have that I suppose it is only a matter of time.
I like Sourceforge - don't want to see it get 'beat-up' by Google - maybe Google could buy Sourceforge?
(remember - this is off topic)
Anyway - again - what do you guys think?
john @ WestmorelandEngineering . com
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