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Re: Feature Request: 'Needs Update' Icon Overlay

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 08:39:56 -0400

On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 05:48, Aviel, Gal <galaviel_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
>> > (3) CommitMonitor is a great tool however it is not integrated with TSVN,
> and
>> > requires a separate installation and post-install configuration. Installing
>> > it x15 times for each member of my team and configuring it is not a fun task
>> > Also users don't understand why they need to install more than 1 program
>> > to do version control.
>> CommitMonitor isn't *needed* to do version control. *You want* it (or
>> something like it) so that people get notified, to make your
>> installation a push configuration instead of a pull. Most of my users
>> would consider it an annoyance to have icons changing so frequently.
>> Have you considered publishing RSS feeds and/or sending notification
>> emails in your post-commit to inform people that an update has been
>> made in the repository?
> Not really, people in my group are hardware designers and
> don't even know what
> RSS is. For them, working with one GUI is more than enough.

Evolve or die. I don't think asking someone to learn something as
simple as an RSS reader (you can even install it on their workstation
& subscribe for them, instead of asking them to do it themselves) is
too onerous a task. Or, as I suggested above, use email to publish the
updates instead of RSS.

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Received on 2008-10-15 14:40:09 CEST

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