Only a day after I’ve published the S3 utility for buckets with versioning enabled, I took the time finally to put this on SourceForge — woohoo! Still early stages, as I still need to figure out really how to properly release versions into their file system, but as it stands right now at least there is a basic project page, a wiki and issue tracker — not to mention a Subversion repository with the source code.
So let’s start with the basics:
First of all, the project main page is here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/awsversionmgmt/ . This includes links to the download area: https://sourceforge.net/projects/awsversionmgmt/files/ as well the standard SourceForge issue tracking system: https://sourceforge.net/projects/awsversionmgmt/tickets/. I am still working on planning the releases for this, but for now I’ve just added a few issues I have found for the first official version of this (which would be 1.0.0 — naturally!) — if you’ve already tried this tool (unlikely, it’s only been one day since I put up the original post :D), feel free to suggest some enhancements using the SourceForge tracking tool.
Also I have created a wiki here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/awsversionmgmt/wiki/. The idea behind it is to make this a dev-oriented wiki — i.e. propose upcoming features and architectures etc. And last but not least, I’ve also managed to deploy the maven-generated site on the project website: http://awsversionmgmt.sourceforge.net.
With that in mind, I think I’ve successfully manage to transfer the project to SourceForge so I’ll maintain it there — though quite likely you will see the occasional blog post here when a new milestone is reached. Drop me a line if you want to get involved.