So as you'll all have noticed, I haven't had a whole pile of time for shtoom
lately. Well, by "lately" I mean "for quite a while" - work and life and
Python release management has soaked up quite a pile of time.
So how to fix this? There's a whole pile of code in shtoom, and it seems quite
a shame to let it just rot. Opening up the code for more contributors is the
very obvious solution. Asking divmod to turn into Yet Another Open Source
Hosting Company isn't really fair, though. I had a brief chat with dash
(Allen Short) last night, and he concurred in this.
I'm very loathe to expose myself to the horror of SourceForge again (in
particular, their bug tracker of doom, or the regular downtime, wah).
Google's Code Hosting project seems useful for the actual svn - in addition,
through various arcane paths, I can get an svn import of the current code
into their system, so we don't lose history. Their bugtracking isn't very
I still have shtoom.net lying around - I could set something up at a hosting
company for this, and run up a roundup or trac instance there.