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Re: Mature Document Management

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-01 23:15:31 CEST

"Zitan Broth" <zitan@mediasculpt.net> writes:
> Firstly my apologies for the lame corporate question, this isn't my style
> but you know those real conservative types who haved used M$ all their life.

Careful with the M$-bashing -- there are plenty of Subversion
developers & users either at Microsoft or formerly at Microsoft :-).

> Also this is entirely what if, because I've already told all my friends that
> SVN is the best thing since marmite (little kiwi joke ;-)) and he obviously
> does think SVN is mature. Hence the situation. So anyway sometime these
> anal corporate types want somebody to *guarantee* that a product is going to
> work beyond the people who set the system up, eg the actual developers
> (being you'all). So the question is a general one, rather than a specific
> one as yet. So given a situation where somebody wanted to pay you guys for
> commercial support, would you accept? Can I spout as one of my reasons for
> going with SVN is that "commerical support" is offered?

Well, if you can get someone to offer you commercial support, then you
can say commercial support is offered. This list is a good place to
find such a person. (I can't do it, already have a job, thanks.)

You might want to make a separate post whose subject is something like
"Commercial SVN support sought".

> Hope that is clear, I've had very little sleep last night ... got a newborn
> ;-)

Aaaahhh, understand. Enjoy :-).


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