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Re: [Issue 1559] Windows Service needed server side for svnserv.

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-05-10 18:01:19 CEST

kfogel@collab.net wrote:

>brane@tigris.org writes:
>
>
>>Added the FAQ entry in r14668. I didn't mention FireDaemon, because
>>the (free) FireDaemon Lite is no longer available, and we're not in
>>the business of advertising non-free software.
>>
>>
>
>Now, personally, I'm all for the complete elimination of closed-source
>software :-).
>
>But the Subversion project doesn't have a policy of not listing
>non-free stuff, as far as I know. On project_links.html we already
>list non-free (in all senses) software and content, for example:
>
> TMate
> Some Subversion books
> SVN SCC Proxy
> CW Subversion
> Subway
> sourcecross.org
>
>I'm pretty sure we list non-free solutions alongside free ones in
>faq.html too. Besides, FireDaemon Lite may have been gratis, but it
>surely was never libre :-).
>
>So, your call, but if FireDaemon is a solution that people looking at
>that FAQ item would want to know about, I think we should list it.
>They're *already* running a closed-source operating system, so it's
>just a matter of degree at this point anyway.
>
>
Ah well, I'm pretty sure I'd get objections in the opposite direction if
I /had/ mentioned FireDaemon.

OTOH there are so many such programs one Google away that I couldn't
possibly evaluate them all for the FAQ.

-- Brane

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