Rick Weyrauch wrote:
> Fair enough - did both at the same time basically. My bad.
At the same time? Wow - I think we have to check our FAQ installation if
it takes that long for an entry to show up. Sorry for being picky.
> I am not used to groups with such great feedback. I have another
> posting on www.asp.net for assistance on setting up a particular
> ASP.NET development environment and have had > 40 people read it and
> 0 replies. Actually, it might be a good one to post to this group, in
> the appropriate way of course.
Sorry, but I think you should post it there yourself. As you may have
noticed, this mailing list is very busy, and working on TSVN takes a lot
of time too. So we (or at least I) just don't have the time to watch
other mailinglists/forums/... as well.
> Since I have you on the horn - I would like to do two things. One is
> offer some contribution that I have been lacking in doing so far - I
> will check out the website and see what it says about that - and 2,
Thanks for offering your help. What you can do to help us here depends
on your skills. If you're familliar with C++ and MFC, you should watch
this mailing list for things that need to be done (no issue tracker,
sorry). If not, then you could help out with writing/improving our docs.
Just ask Lübbe and Simon here on the list about what needs improving, or
just read the docs and send us patches with what you think needs
improving or is missing.
> is there anyone in the states that holds Tortise/SVN training? I love
> the way it works but it is my first attempt at using such a system
> and I just know I am not utilizing it to it's fullest potential. I
> also figure it might be a way you guys make some of your money. If no
> one does..... hmmmmmm, maybe I should learn more and offer it here
> (in my spare time - smile)
I don't know if there is someone offering that in the states. I live in
europe (switzerland) and can't help you much. But maybe you can ask on
the mailing list for it? There are some people who know TSVN very well
and might be willing to offer trainings.
For Subversion there are offerings from collab.net, but I don't know if
they also cover TSVN or not - you'd have to ask them yourself. But since
TSVN is mentioned on their website, they might include TSVN as well:
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Received on Thu Feb 3 18:45:18 2005