[kforge-user] kforge status ?

Nicolas Steinmetz nsteinmetz at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 12:56:47 UTC 2008

Rufus Pollock a écrit :

> 2. KForge itself is pretty stable -- at least in the day-to-day usage of 
> the main developers :) -- and provides most of the services we need.

Some users of my kforge instances had troubles to log in. They could not 
log directly on the service (trac) level. They had to go on root level 
of kforge instance and then go up to their service. I did not dive into 
this issue at this time (due to lack of time), so I quicly moved to a 
vanillia trac instance.

> Sure. If you just want svn/hg + trac for one or two projects that can be 
> a good way to go. If you want a system that will do more (e.g. support 
> of multiple projects, support of moinmoin, wordpress etc as well) then 
> KForge may be for you :)

Right, I do not need moinmoin or wordpress at all so I less need kforge 
than I could think at the beginning.

> On a final point we'd love to move to a completely wsgi based setup (and 
> we've been experimenting on-and-off for over a year with wsgi 
> front-controller setups) but so far mod-python has been the only way to 
> do transparent authentication and authorisation for things like 
> subversion. If you know of some good way to do wsgi proxying to things 
> like svn repositories *please* let us know.

I did not try but it looks that mod_wsgi 2.0 will be able to do that :


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