On Tue, 13 Feb 2007, Blair Zajac wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
> >Author: cmpilato
> >Date: Tue Feb 13 09:35:43 2007
> >New Revision: 23382
> >Add link to openCollabNet under Community Sites.
> > trunk/www/links.html
> >Modified: trunk/www/links.html
> >--- trunk/www/links.html (original)
> >+++ trunk/www/links.html Tue Feb 13 09:35:43 2007
> >@@ -437,6 +437,15 @@
> > <a href="http://www.orcaware.com/svn/wiki/"
> > >http://www.orcaware.com/svn/wiki/</a></p>
> > </li>
> >+ <li><p><b>openCollabNet</b> - Contains downloads (such as
> >+ Subversion compiled and tested by CollabNet), technical
> >+ content, forums, training and ways to interact with CollabNet
> >+ engineers involved with Subversion. Become a member and get
> >+ more, such as a free online Subversion training class.<br/>
> >+ <a href="http://open.collab.net/"
> >+ >http://open.collab.net/</a></p>
> Is it me, or is this last sentence starting to sound like an
> advertisement instead of factual claim :) I wouldn't like to have this
> page start to have each company sound like an ad.
> How do people get to interact with CollabNet engineers that is different
> than the dev list and IRC?
There are some forums on the site that CollabNet engineers respond to
questions on. Unlike the mailing list, every post gets some type of
response, since the forums are part of people's day job, rather than a
Received on Tue Feb 13 20:54:25 2007
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