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Re: Announcing SubversionForum.com

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-01 16:16:07 CEST

Andy Levy wrote:

> Why does it *have* to be "central?" I guess I don't see the benefit
> (aside from, maybe to you personally), to having yet another site,
> instead of joining with http://subversion.tigris.org/ - there are
> dozens (maybe over a hundred, I'm not going to count them all) of
> links on the Links page, mailing lists, etc. If you've got a good
> site/resource that's a positive contribution to the community, get it
> linked to by the official project site.

The one thing that is maybe the best indicator that this guy isn't
interested in a central place in the first place but only in making money:
If he was really interested in a central place, he would have joined
with existing websites and offered his help there. Instead, he created
his own page and now expects everybody to join there, do the work for
him (i.e., answer the user questions there) while he sits back (after
all, he's *so* busy with other things) and waits for the advertising
money to come in.

Ok, I admit that was a little bit rude. My apologies. I hope you get my
point anyway.


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