Sorry if it is bad taste to use this forum for such a request, but we
are having no luck in finding the Subclipse help we need. We're a small
shop that recently switched from CVS to SVN. The developers access it
strictly through the Subclipse plug-in, no command-line or Tortoise or
anything like that. We've ran into behavior that is quirky. I suspect
we are just using it incorrectly or need our expectations reset. So, we
are hoping to find someone in the Cincinnati, OH, USA area who could
come in for a few hours, review what we are doing, discuss our problems,
and provide suggestions for best practices and how to eliminate or
workaround the issues we have.
We understand that you may have a full-time regular job, so we'd be
willing to pay for a few hours of your evening time, if that works best.
However, we need someone who has extensive experience with source code
management, Subversion, and Subclipse.
If interested, please respond to my personal email address, not the
Subclipse mailing list, so as not to bother the rest of the subscribers
- jchesher_at_hobsons-us.com. Thanks!
Sr. Software Engineer
50 E-Business Way, Suite 300
Cincinnati, OH 45241 USA
Received on 2008-05-02 13:48:00 CEST