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git.gnu.io -> git.snowdrift.coop

parent 1777fc8a
[submodule "publications"]
path = publications
url = git@git.gnu.io:snowdrift/sd-publications.git
url = git@git.snowdrift.coop:sd/publications.git
......@@ -142,13 +142,13 @@ Follow the instructions to
## Get the Snowdrift code
NB: We primarily use a completely FLO (Free/Libre/Open) host for our code:
[git.gnu.io/snowdrift/snowdrift], and our instructions assume that repository.
[git.snowdrift.coop/sd/snowdrift], and our instructions assume that repository.
For convenience and redundancy, we also mirror at [GitHub], a popular but
proprietary platform.
From within your preferred directory, get the code with:
git clone https://git.gnu.io/snowdrift/snowdrift.git
git clone https://git.snowdrift.coop/sd/snowdrift.git
## Initial Build
......@@ -293,7 +293,7 @@ more thorough resources about technical development.
[Git]: http://www.git-scm.com/downloads
[git.gnu.io/snowdrift/snowdrift]: https://git.gnu.io/snowdrift/snowdrift
[git.snowdrift.coop/sd/snowdrift]: https://git.snowdrift.coop/sd/snowdrift
[GitHub]: https://github.com/snowdriftcoop/snowdrift
[PostgreSQL]: http://www.postgresql.org/download/
[Stack]: https://github.com/commercialhaskell/stack#the-haskell-tool-stack
......@@ -86,17 +86,17 @@ The following covers the bare minimum process for those new to Git.
##### Forking at the host platform
We collaborate on the code via the FLO (Free/Libre/Open) site
We also mirror on the popular but proprietary site
which you may use if you already have an account there. As we encourage
everyone to use FLO tools, the instructions below assume git.gnu.io.
everyone to use FLO tools, the instructions below assume git.snowdrift.coop.
To contribute changes to the project, first
[create an account on git.gnu.io](https://git.gnu.io/users/sign_in)
[create an account on git.snowdrift.coop](https://git.snowdrift.coop/users/sign_in)
(or sign in if you already have an account).
Once signed in, go to <https://git.gnu.io/snowdrift/snowdrift>,
Once signed in, go to <https://git.snowdrift.coop/sd/snowdrift>,
and click the "Fork" link on the top right.
After choosing your account for the fork, you should be at the page for your
......@@ -107,19 +107,19 @@ has your account name followed by "/Snowdrift".
At the top of the main page, below the header, you'll see a box with an address.
By default, the SSH option is selected, and we recommend SSH ideally. However,
[SSH setup](https://git.gnu.io/help/ssh/README) is kind of tricky, especially
[SSH setup](https://git.snowdrift.coop/help/ssh/README) is kind of tricky, especially
for those new to SSH. To stick with the easier option for now, click "HTTPS" and
use that address which will look like:
Where `YOURNAME` is your git.gnu.io username.
Where `YOURNAME` is your git.snowdrift.coop username.
Copy that address to your clipboard.
In your snowdrift directory, paste the address into your terminal as part of the
following command:
git remote add my-snow https://git.gnu.io/YOURNAME/snowdrift.git
git remote add my-snow https://git.snowdrift.coop/YOURNAME/snowdrift.git
If you have not used Git before, run these additional Git setup commands,
replacing `YOUR NAME` and `YOUR EMAIL` with your actual name and email.
......@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@ same overall update), and you have confirmed that everything works and all tests
pass, run `git status` to make sure no work is missing and all new files were
Next, send your changes to your git.gnu.io account with:
Next, send your changes to your git.snowdrift.coop account with:
git push -u my-snow some_branch
......@@ -211,7 +211,7 @@ Change `some_branch` to the name of the branch where you made the commit(s).
NB: if you make additional changes to the same branch before a maintainer merges
it into master, you can push those new updates with just `git push`.
To notify the snowdrift team about your work, visit the git.gnu.io page with
To notify the snowdrift team about your work, visit the git.snowdrift.coop page with
your fork. You should see a button **"Create Merge Request"** Click that to
bring up a form where you can add further notes about your work (especially
useful if you are merging multiple commits). You may ignore "Assign to",
......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ Default: &defaults
port: 3000
approot: "http://localhost:3000"
copyright: "2012-2015 snowdrift contributors"
source: "https://git.gnu.io/snowdrift/snowdrift"
source: "https://git.snowdrift.coop/sd/snowdrift"
githubrepo: "snowdriftcoop/snowdrift"
siteproject: "snowdrift"
#analytics: UA-YOURCODE
......@@ -39,4 +39,4 @@ getBuildFeedR = do
return entry
newsFeedText $ Feed title feed_url home_url author description lang time Nothing entries
where gitlab = "https://git.gnu.io/snowdrift/snowdrift/commit/"
where gitlab = "https://git.snowdrift.coop/sd/snowdrift/commit/"
......@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ packages:
commit: 0e996ce1ab3ab8c2e30cf1a1ee247c27761e779a
extra-dep: true
- location:
git: https://git.gnu.io/chreekat/yesod.git
git: https://git.snowdrift.coop/sd/yesod.git
commit: 697d561eb727ed430f11c4b0bb19c9fc5f867db4
- yesod-bin
......@@ -59,8 +59,8 @@
<a href=@{ProjectFeedR "snowdrift"}>
Snowdrift project activity feed
<div .homep-link>
<a href="https://git.gnu.io/snowdrift/snowdrift#tab-activity">
Code activity at git.gnu.io
<a href="https://git.snowdrift.coop/sd/snowdrift#tab-activity">
Code activity at git.snowdrift.coop
<div .homep-link>
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