[Rack] [Noisebridge-discuss] Noisebridge Github Account

Zephyr Pellerin zephyr.pellerin at gmail.com
Thu Dec 15 23:53:37 UTC 2011

"Really? Where's that?"

http://www.zentao.net , Its not web based but I really liked it.
Distributed database model & they make git's lieutenant system work much
better than github or gitorious.

Some notes for the reader,

1. China is a communist government, as a result they only even attempt to
prosecute provisional trademark disputes, The government there (as scary as
the media depicts them here) is on our side, not media providers.

2. Although computer crime is a capital offense in China, (I've been told)
they will not extradite or respond to requests for information from the US
related to electronic 'crime'.

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 3:39 PM, Jonathan Lassoff <jof at thejof.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 3:36 PM, Zephyr Pellerin <
> zephyr.pellerin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> "Hmm. I have very mixed feelings about this, although my opinion is
>> observational at best as I don't contribute to any Noisebridge repositories.
>> Some things to keep in mind though: there's currently a very complicated
>> argument going on about digital ownership, especially in the United States.
>> What happens if github decides to suspend access to the Noisebridge
>> account, or they hand over access IP addresses to the government and don't
>> tell anyone?
>> I don't really care about the mini-control war between hg and git, except
>> to point out that there are solutions that can be locally hosted."
>> I was thinking about this myself, we lose nothing if github goes down,
>> but it wouldn't be good. The only other major source code hosting that use
>> git that I'm familiar with are in China, which has approximately 0 chance
>> of being more acceptable than github at noisebridge.
> Really? Where's that?
> I think Bitbucket supports git nowadays. They're also now owned by a
> company that's partly in SF. Github is distributed, but based in SF.
> --j
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