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Re: Announcing SubversionForum.com

From: Chris Stewart <compiledmonkey_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-01 14:41:14 CEST

I'm not planning to open up the forums, announce it, and let it sit and hope
it serves the Subversion community as I'd like it to. I really don't feel
like I'm going to duplicate effort. I have a few ideas I'm in the middle of
right now that would bring the related tools and services for Subversion
into a single place. I'm prepared to to spend the time and money to
advertise the community and turn it into what a Subversion community should
be. I mean to take no attention from anyone else's efforts but I feel there
is a void and I'm working to fill it.


On 8/1/07, Andy Levy <andy.levy@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/31/07, Chris Stewart <compiledmonkey@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Yeah, I was unable to find anything official.
> >
> > If anyone is interested in helping me moderate the forum when we
> > actually get some traffic, please send me as email. :)
> Like Milen said...I can't help but think you're just duplicating the
> effort (and diluting the community attention) already being put forth
> on http://svnforum.org/
> Honestly, as much as I'd like to join & help out, I need another forum
> to track like I need another hole in my head, and I'm already on
> svnforum.org.
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Chris Stewart
Received on Wed Aug 1 14:40:04 2007

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