[sword-devel] New Front End

David "Judah's Shadow" Blue yudahsshadow at gmx.com
Sat Jul 4 15:51:37 MST 2015

My budget calls for exactly free. 

On July 4, 2015 11:33:36 AM EDT, Chris Burrell <christopher.burrell at gmail.com> wrote:
>Are you looking just free or cheap as well? Digital Ocean gives you a
>server for $5 per month which is enough for me to run our church
>website cms on it and Amazon s3 gives you space for almost free (we pay
>$0.01 per month, ideas with bandwidth but cloud front would keep cost
>low )
>-----Original Message-----
>From: "David  Judah's Shadow  Blue" <yudahsshadow at gmx.com>
>Sent: ‎04/‎07/‎2015 16:28
>To: "SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum" <sword-devel at crosswire.org>
>Subject: Re: [sword-devel] New Front End
>On Tuesday, May 12, 2015 03:30:08 PM David Judah's Shadow Blue wrote:
>> I am about to make my first release of BIBISH, my new console
>front-end for
>> sword, however, I'm finding I don't have a place to host tarballs and
>> related files, and a small about page. Is there an option for front
>ends to
>> have a space on the crosswire servers, or should I apply for
>something like
>> a savannah (nongnu) or sourceforge? For those interested, the code is
>> https://www.notabug.org/judahsshadow/bibish
>So I had ended up going with SourceForge since you can specify you're
>doing files/wiki/etc. However, given the recent bad behavior by
>I'm not to keen on staying there. I'm not sure that the non-gnu end of 
>Savannah is a good fit since a)sword is gpl v2 only (and thus so is
>and I'm not sure where our encrypted modules fall in the FSF way of
>about DRM. If Crosswire hosted isn't an option for me currently are
>other suggestions out there? I'm more concerned about website related
>(wiki, news, etc.) as I can host releases on openSUSE's OBS if push
>comes to 
>shove (and get lots of distro binary releases to boot)
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