Zope CMF and LibMMS switch to Launchpad

Another part of the Zope project – the Zope Content Management Framework (CMF) – has joined both Zope 2 and Zope 3 in using Launchpad to track bugs, making it much easier for all three to work together on common bugs.

Similarly, Soren Hansen is now using Launchpad to track bugs and host code for LibMMS, a library for connecting to Window Media streams. He told me why he wanted to host the code in Launchpad:

“I have a couple of other projects on Launchpad that I pretty much just put there to share them with co-workers and such, but out of nowhere, branches popped up with new features from people I’ve never talked to (neither before nor since).

“It’s really distributed revision system at it’s best. One of the things that could have gone wrong when people started adopting distributed version control was that changes would never flow back upstream. Adding Launchpad to the workflow makes it all come together naturally.”

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