status of git repositories?
Peter A. Bigot
From an email in the OpenEmbedded development group I've found SPDX,
and would like to try following the current specification in a new
open source project I'm going to release. Ideally I'd like to be able
to put tag values into the source files and have them automatically
extracted. So, I'm looking for SPDX-related tools.
I see from email earlier this month that there was some sort of
problem which explains why the tools page link to
http://git.linuxfoundation.org/?p=spdx-tools.git;a=tree does not work
(it comes back with "no such project"). I'd also somewhere run across
minutes from a meeting a couple months ago suggesting the tools were
going to be split into separate Python and Java repositories, so
perhaps the link is simply out of date.
Are these tools still available anywhere, or will they be restored anytime soon?
On 11/26/2011 11:29 AM, Peter Bigot wrote:
I see from email earlier this month that there was some sort ofYes; the Linux Foundation is still restoring services after the security
breach we had a while back. While a lot has been restored, we're still
ironing out some of the kinks.
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