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Re: Announcing SubversionForum.com

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-08-01 16:08:17 CEST

On 01/08/07, Chris Stewart <compiledmonkey@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Another thing: I'd like to have people discussing stuff on our mailing
> > lists so I can read what they post. There might be a bug in TSVN which I
> > have to fix, or I might get an idea on how to improve TSVN so the people
> > won't have the problems they're discussing about. If the users would do
> > that spread all over multiple forums and other places, I would miss that
> > important information.
> I certainly agree with this point. That's what I'm hoping to help solve
> with a central local for _everything_ related to Subversion.

But why will your site be a central location for everything? The only
way you can achieve that is by shutting down all the alternative sites
to force everything through your forum. Any other way is just another
forum to check and takes traffic away from the existing help

And frankly, the central locations already exist. For subversion
they're on subversion.tigris.org, and for TortoiseSVN they're here.


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