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Hello - new developer

From: Jeff Perry <jperry_at_tigris.org>
Date: 2003-05-17 20:00:18 CEST

Hello everyone!

        I just wanted to introduce myself. I hope be able to help out a bit
with the Subversion project. I was recently laid off and will have a
little more time (though looking for work is tough work and keeps me
busy most of the week - and it's not as interesting as real work) I've
been watching the project for a couple of years and am very happy to see
all the improvements it offers over CVS. Atomic change sets are very
nice! I used to administer a Perforce source control system at a
previous job. (Perforce has change sets)

        I've subscribed to the announce and dev lists. Now I'll go back into
hiding for a bit and read the design notes. I've looked over some of the
bite-size issue descriptions and am considering which I may tackle first
(some items looked interesting including: 655, 971, 1074, 1192, and
1313) Most are currently targeted pretty far in the future
though.Suggestions for starting bugs/enhancements are welcome.

Jeff Perry

PS. Anyone know where I can read a good review of a commercial package
called Accurev that I learned of recently?

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