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Re: SVN now the "dominant open-source version control system" :)

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-19 19:00:32 CEST

Justin Erenkrantz <justin@erenkrantz.com> writes:
> FWIW, only apr and httpd use CIA from apache.org. *shrug*
> It'd be trivial for us to add the notification for all Subversion
> projects on apache.org, but our projects haven't requested that yet.

A thought: is it necessary that they request it?

Their commits are all public already. For example, I too (with
somewhat more work) could set up CIA notification for all projects at
the ASF, even though I have no administrative privileges at the ASF.
So maybe it would be appropriate for the ASF to Just Do It?

This is separate from the question of whether the commit notifications
show up in the individual projects' IRC channels, of course. That has
to be up to them, though I imagine most would want it. But the
commits can certainly show up in "#commits"; they're a matter of
public record.


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