redports.org - The public FreeBSD ports development
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Thu Dec 29 12:32:43 UTC 2011
Am I the first user of your redports.org ?
2011/12/29 Bernhard Froehlich <decke at freebsd.org>
> Hi Porters!
> I am happy to announce that redports.org has finally
> reached the point where I think It's safe to be used
> by everybody! In case you never heard of it before
> redports is the result of an idea born at EuroBSDCon
> 2011 in Karlsruhe to give Port Maintainers and Port
> Committers a public service to test their new ports
> or ports patches during development or before
> submitting a ports PR.
> Many people test ports only on their own machine
> because of lack of hardware. Redports gives you
> instant access to build environments for FreeBSD 7.4,
> 8.2, 9-CURRENT, 10-CURRENT on i386 and amd64 and even
> special ones that use CLANG/LLVM or GCC 4.5 as ports
> For everyone familiar with FreeBSD Ports Tinderbox 
> it's pretty obvious how it works. In fact redports is
> build on top of multiple Tinderboxes so it is
> scalable, fast and reliable. With your account you get
> your own Subversion Repository to maintain your ports
> and with every commit to the repository all affected
> ports are automatically built.
> When registering an account please read the UserGuide
>  first to get an idea of how to work with it.
> Feedback and new Ideas are welcome!
> Best regards,
> Bernhard Fröhlich (decke@)
>  http://tinderbox.marcuscom.**com/ <http://tinderbox.marcuscom.com/>
>  http://redports.org/wiki/**UserGuide<http://redports.org/wiki/UserGuide>
> Bernhard Froehlich
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