Since making a basic DevjaVu project is free, there’s no big reason to use a single DevjaVu project for several projects. Though there’s nothing stopping you, and it might make sense in some situations, Trac was really designed to house a single project and repository. Right now, projects might not seem completely “free,” since you do have to request an invitation, but please do feel free to request more invites if you have more projects.
This might raise the question of disk space, something we’ve been trying to avoid talking about for a while. The fact that nobody has asked about it reinforces our stance that it’s really not that important and you shouldn’t have to think about it. We believe, and I’m going to quote David Weekly on this, “Storage is a solved problem.”
Does this mean you have unlimited disk space with DevjaVu? Well, sort of. We’re still trying to figure out exactly how to handle this. We know that we don’t want to have to show you a disk quota (something you probably wouldn’t even look at anyway), we know that you should be focusing on making great software and not worrying about disk usage, and we know that we don’t want to use it as a selling point.
We’re most likely going to impose an ever increasing limit that’s mostly transparent to you. Something along the lines of GMail: more than you need, and increases as average usage increases.
Feel free to share your thoughts about this. :)