nick at inex.ie
Wed Mar 2 12:24:57 UTC 2016
In late 2014, all the wiki pages and open bugs were migrated to github,
so no data will be lost if the site is shut down.
Redirecting to github.com/irrtoolset/irrtoolset would be useful in the
short term. Long term, I don't see a need to keep a redirect in place.
Shane Kerr wrote:
> tl;dr http://irrtoolset.isc.org currently offline... do I need to fix
> I set up http://irrtoolset.isc.org/ something like 10 years ago. Since
> that time the Trac setup has basically been unchanged, although the
> underlying Debian OS has been upgraded twice.
> Yesterday Debian ended support for the version of Debian there (6.0,
> a.k.a. "squeeze"). Today the script which automatically patches the box
> failed since it couldn't check for security updates and e-mailed me.
> I spent a few minutes and upgraded the box. Unfortunately the Trac
> setup isn't working any more. I don't know exactly what is wrong, but
> it would probably take a couple hours to figure it out, and probably a
> couple more hours to upgrade to a version of Trac that came out this
> Is it worth it? Certainly not to me, but if people feel strongly then
> I'll have a go in the hope of getting some karma.
> My alternate proposal is to set up a redirect from
> http://irrtoolset.isc.org to the GitHub project.
> An alternate alternate proposal is to do nothing, and shut down the
> site. :)
> Please let me know what you prefer.
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