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ADTPro development now hosted on GitHub
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David Schmidt
2017-10-01 19:22:07 UTC
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ADTPro is on the move!

The official ADTPro development repository is now hosted on GitHub. The
commit and release history is preserved and available in Git. If you
use the official website http://adtpro.com as your guide, the links it
hosts will always point to the right places no matter what else changes.

Releases and related histories are here:
https://github.com/ADTPro/adtpro/releases

Support/issues are here:
https://github.com/ADTPro/adtpro/issues

Code is here:
https://github.com/ADTPro/adtpro

Main website is here:
http://adtpro.com
Bobbi
2017-10-01 19:38:41 UTC
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Awesome and thanks for creating such a wonderful tool. ADTPro / VSDrive are a pleasure to use!
David Schmenk
2017-10-01 19:41:14 UTC
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Post by David Schmidt
ADTPro is on the move!
The official ADTPro development repository is now hosted on GitHub. The
commit and release history is preserved and available in Git. If you
use the official website http://adtpro.com as your guide, the links it
hosts will always point to the right places no matter what else changes.
https://github.com/ADTPro/adtpro/releases
https://github.com/ADTPro/adtpro/issues
https://github.com/ADTPro/adtpro
http://adtpro.com
Hell hath frozen over.
D Finnigan
2017-10-01 19:46:20 UTC
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Post by David Schmidt
ADTPro is on the move!
The official ADTPro development repository is now hosted on GitHub. The
commit and release history is preserved and available in Git. If you
use the official website http://adtpro.com as your guide, the links it
hosts will always point to the right places no matter what else changes.
Hell hath frozen over.
We were not amused when Slashdot froze over earlier this week. That's what
prompted this, right?
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David Schmidt
2017-10-01 19:55:05 UTC
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Post by D Finnigan
Post by David Schmenk
Post by David Schmidt
ADTPro is on the move!
The official ADTPro development repository is now hosted on GitHub. The
commit and release history is preserved and available in Git. If you
use the official website http://adtpro.com as your guide, the links it
hosts will always point to the right places no matter what else changes.
Hell hath frozen over.
Yes, well. It appears so. See: "upgrade."
Post by D Finnigan
We were not amused when Slashdot froze over earlier this week. That's what
prompted this, right?
Sourceforge has given me a ton of free resources over the years. And
exploring their conversion guidance (after they came back up and
re-opened my repo) was a stellar experience. I'm here to help anyone
else who wants to "upgrade" to git. I even stuck with them through the
dark years of inserting marlware in installers (I didn't use an
installer, so I was unaffected by those particular shenanigans). But
yeah, the latest outage was the last straw for me. I actually found the
very moment they went offline: I had composed a response to someone
asking for help in my forum, hit the send button, and <foom> they were down.

Again, nothing against Sourceforge, and I remain grateful to them. And
GitHub goes down too, by the way. There is simply no resisting the
gravitational pull of git.
fadden
2017-10-01 20:19:10 UTC
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The dark side welcomes you.
Anthony Ortiz
2017-10-01 19:59:21 UTC
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I'm not getting this reference... what happened to slashdot?
Michael 'AppleWin Debugger Dev'
2017-10-02 14:07:34 UTC
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Post by Anthony Ortiz
I'm not getting this reference... what happened to slashdot?
a) In January, 2016, BizX acquired Slashdot Media, including both slashdot.org and SourceForge.
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slashdot

b) Both SourceForge and /. was down for two days from ~Monday, Sept. 25, 2017 to ~Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017.
For /. this meant no new stories were being posted, you couldn't log in, and user profiles showed an error message.

c) The rest of the world saw a spike in productivity as geeks/engineers went back to work instead of reading and wasting time flaming each other. :-)

Here is the TL:DR; version
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/09/27/faulty_data_center_takes_out_sourceforge/

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"The code repository for free and open-source software projects crashed yesterday morning (around 0645 Pacific Time) after unspecified "issues" hit its hosting provider's power distribution unit, redundancies failed, and its equipment was "completely fried," Logan Abbot, SourceForge president, told The Register today.

The site supremo said the damaged gear was replaced by staff, with the work completed by around midnight US West Coast time, returning the website to the internet. However, around 0645 PT today, the site stumbled offline again, seemingly from more power supply problems hampering connections to its servers.

"SourceForge is experiencing connectivity issues. We are working with our upstream provider," the crew tweeted about three hours ago. The site is back online as of right now, but all is not well: various pages are missing or not working."
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Oliver Schmidt
2017-10-02 07:15:52 UTC
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Post by David Schmidt
The official ADTPro development repository is now hosted on GitHub.
:-))
Nick Westgate
2017-10-04 18:02:42 UTC
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The official ADTPro development repository is now hosted on GitHub.
Bravo!

GSport is jealous! ;-)

Cheers,
Nick.
David Schmidt
2017-10-04 18:22:46 UTC
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Post by David Schmidt
The official ADTPro development repository is now hosted on GitHub.
Bravo!
GSport is jealous! ;-)
It's next. ;-)

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