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I think that's EXACTLY why
Posted Oct 21, 2008 21:29 UTC (Tue) by khim (subscriber, #9252)
Odd. I thought kernel.org was supposed to be vendor neutral. I
don't think Android is vendor neutral, it is just Google's phone
Actually no, that's OHA's platform. I think
the reason. I'm pretty sure http://code.google.com has enough
horsepower to handle the load, but other participants wanted some place
not controlled by Google. At the moment a lot code out there is
Google's creation, true, but the idea is that this situation is
Let's see how well it'll go. Results of previous such tries (RedHat with
Fedora and Sun with OpenSolaris) are certainly mixed...
Posted Oct 22, 2008 9:59 UTC (Wed) by kripkenstein (subscriber, #43281)
I think the reason might be that Google Code can't handle git, only subversion (last I heard. If that changed, then ignore this comment).
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