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Is Subversion big enough for meetups ?

From: <leif.eriksen_at_hpa.com.au>
Date: 2003-06-03 02:45:52 CEST

I am hoping to get my employer to give the go-ahead for migrating from CVS
to SVN shortly. And given the still somewhat developmental nature of this
beast, it would be nice if I knew of a few local (geographically) people who
had made the same step, to discuss and reflect on their experience. As
beneficial as the mailing list is, its nice to know that there is some-one
down the road you could potentially call on for a look-see on sticky issues.

Which led me to thinking, has anyone suggested a Meetup style occasion like
Slashdot or Perl Mongers ?

An international day of subversion experts - hmm, just hope the CIA don't
get the wrong end of the stick (and does anyone have any experience of that
form of confusion - some law-enforcement type asking you why you rate highly
on the filter-tools list of subversive activities??)

Anyway, back to the meetings, I am in Melbourne, respond directly to me (not
the list) if there are enough of you out there for a local chapter meeting
some time before the end of the month.

And internationally, are there enough people interested to make a day of it
world-wide sometime this month? There's nothing quite as enjoyable as
exchanging war stories about how difficult your particular dev environment
is (at one place, our servers had their breakers trip whenever the kettle
and the sandwich toaster were used at the same time - can you say 'cowboys')

Leif Eriksen
HPA - IT Development
+61 3 9217 5545

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