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Trac and Subversion sites are up

Webfaction dramatically improved their hosting plans, making it easy for me to add more applications.

So I’ve added a Subversion (svn) repository and a Trac site to this site. Right now they are pretty empty, but I will be adding to them over time.

The svn repository will host my blog project files, and will be used for posts on using version control. The Trac site contains additional information related to this blog. Both sites are read-only – I don’t have time to deal with link spam, wiki spam, or polluted repositories.

The svn site is http://svn.factoryswblog.org It will redirect a web browser from http, but not a client (such as my choice, TortoiseSVN ).

The trac site is http://trac.factoryswblog.org It will redirect from http.

Note that since I’m not paying extra for my own SSL certificate, you’re going to have to trust me (accept the browser pop-ups) if you want to use the sites.

Note 4/20/2011: my svn and trac sites are http; https was a fun experiment, but not necessary for this site.

Tony

1 comment

1 Mark { 01.31.08 at 3:55 am }

Wow, for some reason I missed WebFaction’s upgrade to their plans… That’s the only thing that was holding me back so looks like soon we’ll be neighbors 🙂

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