James My email to you (individually) keeps bouncing. Do you have another
email address? The .info one is not working for me.
Martin Streicher, Editor
> From: "James Cox" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2002 20:58:57 -0000
> To: "Martin Streicher, Editor"<email@example.com>, "Ben
> Collins-Sussman"<firstname.lastname@example.org>, "SVN Dev
> Subject: RE: Subversion in Linux Magazine?
> Martin, Ben,
> if it works for you then i would really like to do this. I am going through
> the process of installing svn as my repository control, and also as a
> read-only repository for a major open source venture (will let everyone know
> when it's done!)
> I have already written CNET articles, and I am working on a book, so i do have
> writing experience.
> With that said, and no objections, martin, feel free to hit me up with the
> -- james
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Martin Streicher, Editor [mailto:email@example.com]
>> Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 5:59 PM
>> To: Ben Collins-Sussman; SVN Dev List
>> Subject: Re: Subversion in Linux Magazine?
>> Ben, et al.
>> I read the Linux Journal article and thought that piece presented a good
>> rationale and roadmap of Subversion.
>> What I would like to see in Linux Magazine is a hands-on tutorial on how to
>> deploy and use Subversion.
>> If there are no takers, I will suggest the topic to our Compile Time
>> columnist. Compile Time is all about developing code on Linux, and a
>> hands-on tutorial is very appropriate for that column. A hands-on guide would
>> also differentiate our piece from the LJ piece.
>> Martin Streicher, Editor
>> Linux Magazine
>>> From: Ben Collins-Sussman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Date: 05 Nov 2002 19:38:15 -0600
>>> To: "Martin Streicher, Editor"<email@example.com>, SVN Dev List
>>> Subject: Re: Subversion in Linux Magazine?
>>> "Martin Streicher, Editor" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>>> > My name is Martin Streicher, and I am the Editor of Linux Magazine. Our
>>>> > April 03 issue is focused on software development tools, and I would like
>>>> > know whether Subversion is far enough along to be the topic of a feature
>>>> > article in that issue. I scanned some of the release notes for recent
>>>> > and see that Subversion is now self-hosting, but I also see that there
>>>> > many features to be implemented.
>>> Subversion has been self-hosting for over a year, and many people are
>>> using it. It's in the middle of a long march to Beta and 1.0, mostly
>>> bug fixing for the next few months. A number of folks have started using
>>> I wrote an article about Subversion for Linux Journal last year
>>> (should I mention the competition?!), which is here:
>>> That said, I'm also busy collaborating on an O'Reilly book about
>>> Subversion. This pretty much marks me as "too busy to write any more
>>> I think is this a *great* opportunity for someone else in our community
>>> to do some writing (and project promotion).
>>> Who's gonna do it? Step forward!
Received on Thu Nov 7 23:14:39 2002