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Re[2]: [TSVN] TortoiseSVN 1.1.1 released

From: Katana <katana_at_katana-inc.com>
Date: 2004-10-26 23:56:49 CEST

Hello SteveKing,

>> Or use Trac, it has a great roadmap, timeline and all the stuff you
>> need for a good changelog. And it interfaces with Subversion repos :)
>> http://trac.edgewall.com/

> I know that one. If it were a little bit more user friendly and of
> course already translated I would install that one in my office. But
> right now, it's not ready for that yet (sorry guys, don't mean to
> complain here).

> The TSVN project is hosted on tigris.org, which doesn't provide
> custom SW installations, no matter if you really, really want them
> or not. You have to use what they provide you with and you have to
> live with it. Unless you know a free hosting provider which doesn't
> mind hosting a project with nealry 100Gigs traffic a month
> (increasing every month, my guess is that we're breaking that
> barrier this or next month).
Yeah, it's quite obvious, you really can't request that from an
opensource project. But who knows, maybe Trac could be one day chosen
as the Ticketing solution for tigris.org.

We use it at work and it's definitely an amazing approach. At the same
time very simple and very complex, and we all know it's not easy to
reach such a goal. Working with Subversion and TSVN was great from the
beggining but now it's a real pleasure.

Of course no offense, I'm just a THY (Trac Happy User).

 Katana mailto:katana@katana-inc.com

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