David James wrote:
> On 1/22/07, C. Michael Pilato <email@example.com> wrote:
>> James Mountifield wrote:
>> > Apologies, This is the correct version of the patch (the other
>> > includes a spelling mistake).
>> James, I committed a version of your patch which admittedly looks very
>> much unlike your patch, but is consistent with the flow of the
>> Commercial Support page as it already stood.
> Hi Mike,
> Could you say a few words about the services offered by Clearvision?
> Can you vouch for the quality and content of their courses?
Clearvision is a CollabNet European sales and support partner, based in
the UK. I cannot directly vouch for the quality and/or content of their
courses, but I'm willing to accept CollabNet's endorsement of them. I
know they also sponsor the UK Subversion User Group (which Nik Clayton
and I were recently able to present at). Dunno what you're personally
looking for in terms of street cred for this company; and it's not clear
that we've ever agreed to make such judgment calls regarding our links
pages in the past.
> Perhaps we should ask Clearvision to create a page which describes and
> summarizes their Subversion support options, without reference to
> ClearCase. Assuming that we vouch for the quality of said support
> options, we can then link directly to that page. What tools, utilities
> or migration services do they offer?
I took a link to this page from their website's homepage:
Not a mention of ClearCase on it. There aren't any specific tool or
utilities mentioned, but that's rather part of the support and services
game -- you're always spitting out scripts and such to appease
customers' customized approaches to various processes.
C. Michael Pilato <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CollabNet <> www.collab.net <> Distributed Development On Demand
Received on Mon Jan 22 18:40:43 2007