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By: Mick P. on 2014-01-03 22:31
^Another important component is the ability for webmasters to fully theme the experience.
But I chose to add and addendum to say that the CodeForge project will be hosted as one of the CodeForge projects at http://oss.swordofmoonlight.net/
It will also include the projects at svn.swordofmoonlight.net and maybe others. I say this to scare away anyone who is turned off by http://www.swordofmoonlight.net/ before you invest any time in writing a letter :)
By: Mick P. on 2014-01-03 22:22
So is there any reason that the wiki page should not be updated?
BTW: is there no way to run FusionForge without root access? It doesn't seem that way. After some thought I am thinking about starting a new forge project that will be a WordPress plugin, pages become projects, subpages issues and subissues, and probably run the likes of WebSVN in iframes. It doesn't seem to have any install restrictions.
There has to be a much larger user base in the shared host world. Open Source and cash strapped may as well be synonymous these days. All of the dinosaur OSS projects are stalling under their own weight.
If anyone is interested the name will be CodeForge (lines up with WordPress) and its code will be public domain from cradle to grave. Feel free to contact me. PHP shared host DIY forge.
By: Franck Villaume on 2014-01-03 08:41
This page is outdated.
Just run ./install-ng <hostname>
Fusionforge has a complete set of cronjob (~20). Depending of the features you need, you will enable few more cronjobs.
By: Mick P. on 2014-01-02 08:17
FusionForge is PHP right? Why doesn't it install like any old bulletin board or weblog software I wonder? Or will that not cut it?
Maybe the information here (https://fusionforge.org/plugins/mediawiki/wiki/fusionforge/index.php/Installing/RedhatCentosTarballs) is out of date...
But unpacking this tarball there is no install.sh inside. The INSTALL.TXT file parrots the same instructions.
Usually install is not what you want on a shared host. My host is WebFaction. It's very good service, but I really don't want to bother them to add FusionForge to the off the shelf application list. I thought it would be a good fit for what I need.
Is there any chance I can just edit a configuration file and run the web interface with tracker against some SVN repositories? Does FF really need more than a Cron job or two?