The reSIProcate community is growing rapidly. Our efforts are being widely adopted by both open source applications and organizations creating commercial products. In order to continue to help this community grow, the project is moving to its own environment - resiprocate.org. We anticipate this move will help us bring even more members into our community.
What this means to you as a user of the resiprocate codebase:
- only a change in where to go to find the latest code and information
What this means to you as a contributor:
- you'll need to do an svn switch to the new location of the repository (Do this now. the repository at sipfoundry.org is already set to read-only - you will need to execute the switch before committing):
svn switch --relocate https://scm.sipfoundry.org/rep/resiprocate https://svn.resiprocate.org/rep/resiprocate
The lists copied here will be automatically moved - you will not need to do anything to subscribe. Once that move is complete, you'll need to post to <listname>@resiprocate.org.
We'll be making this transition during the rest of the day today. We will post information to these lists as we make progress. We will also post the same information at http://transition.resiprocate.org.
If you run into trouble during or after the transition, please give me a call at +1 214 329 0494.
Why are we doing this?
It is clear that both the reSIProcate and sipX communities are thriving. While exploring their continued growth over the last several months, we determined that they are more likely to thrive as independent cooperating organizations than they would continuing to operate under a single unit. This restructuring will allow both projects to focus more closely on the needs of their users and contributors. SIPFoundry will continue to exist and be home to sipX and the remaining projects currently hosted there. We anticipate that there will be continued (and hopefully re- energized) cooperation between our projects.