Not sure if this is the correct place but for some time now krusader.org has been down.
Please note that KDE Web Team has no control or association with krusader.org, so there is nothing we can do here.
Reassigning back to the Krusader developers, who should in theory at least have some association with it.
The side being down for months is ridiculous. Also ridiculous is no binaries released in years, when commits happen every day.
Will Krusader "get real", so to speak, and move development to GitHub, where there are orders of magnitude more contributors than on KDE's repos?
You can also easily host and maintain the Krusader website on GitHub, at https://kde.github.io/krusader.
We're no longer in 2006.
> The side being down for months is ridiculous.
True, but we simply have difficulties to get in contact with the person who holds the domain registry.
>Also ridiculous is no binaries released in years, when commits happen every day.
"Every day" for the last three months maybe. And the main work for over one year is the port to KF5. A release when only half of the work is finished doesn't make any sense. But we're working on a new release right now.
> Will Krusader "get real", so to speak, and move development to GitHub, where there are orders of magnitude more contributors than on KDE's repos?
Krusader is as "real" as KDE is. The code is completely based on KF5 i.e. it won't work at all without the kdelibs. We can make use of KDE's translation service and don't have to package anything ourselves.
I have problems myself with KDEs infrastructure and Phabricator and I'm free to discuss this with other devs. But there are always pros and cons.
> We're no longer in 2006.
Yes, if I remember right, Trudeau said it's 2016
> we simply have difficulties to get in contact with the person who holds the domain registry.
I can't add dirk.eschler AT gmx.net to the CC; maybe someone else can?
@Alex: the KDE e.V. can probably takeover the domain, if you manage to get in touch with the current domain owner to help simplify things in the future. Please CC email@example.com once you get in contact with them if you'd like to go forward with this. Domain transfers are usually quite simple to arrange.
Krusader.org is up again. It is currently still hosted by a former developer but we plan to move it to the KDE e.V. (like already done for the domain). I guess this bug report can be closed
Closing as requested
Should https://sourceforge.net/projects/krusader/ point to krusader.org? Right now it says "As of 2009-12-01, this project may now be found at http://extragear.kde.org/apps/krusader/."