The original discussion for this topic is here: http://groups.google.com/group/structuremap-users/browse_thread/thread/6d579f4e9b508c66
I’ve never liked SourceForge and it’s a PITA for me to use even though it’s gotten better over the years. I’d like
to move StructureMap off SourceForge and more importantly, get a real
Wiki site up so that we have at least a fighting chance of keeping the
documentation up to date. On the other hand, I get a significant
number of patches from you guys (thanks for that) and I’d also like a
better way of handling those submissions — and making it easier for
*you* to get involved.
Right now, Josh and I are thinking about moving StructureMap to GitHub
(you knew that was coming) and trying to use the Wiki support on
Github for now. Granted, Git is weird as hell for those of us used to
SVN, but GitHub has some huge advantages for OSS community
development. I’d *love* to start managing StructureMap patches
through GitHub “pull” requests (or whatever the correct lingo is).
Any thoughts? Volunteers?