>I think that Monticello as it is today is pretty good. I remember working in >Smalltalk without something like Monticello and it was a PITA.
>My first experiences with Envy
I used Envy, Monticello, Store, DVS, Changesets, ST/MT XML Project files with VisualSourceSafe, Smallscript scripts in Subversion and others
in the past (when in Smalltalk land).
If I could choose among them I would vote for Monticello!
>Anyway, putting it on a newer Linux based server (shouldn't have to cost >that much) and adding some of the standard tools to monitor the process and >reboot it if necessary will probably already help a lot
Squeaksource could be improved (google indexing, ...), no doubt about it.
But we should'nt confuse a "squeaksource.com" (server problem) with a
squeaksource (the program) problem. Other Squeaksource instances
like http://source.squeak.org run stable AFAIK.
So the real question is: is anyone able to provide a backuped server
that is reachable from the web and that could be used for
a fresh setup of squeaksource (the program)?