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Professor - New to TortoiseSVN (and limited resources)

From: KG <kevingleason249_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 10:57:16 -0700 (PDT)

I am currently teaching for a large nationwide commercial college and
have need for cheap resources!

My intro to programming students have a large single platform, multi-
class project that they must collaborate on as an end-of-term project.
Two groups of 15-20 students must create an application that I have
divided into two (ultimately) intersecting components. We have tried
posting revisions to a single site but have lost revision control
(which required a lot of re-writes and re-do's). I am looking at
TortoiseSVN as a solution but alas, I am not the sysAdmin for even our
small campus. I need a cheap method for storing versions yet having
some retracing capabilities without a central server. Is there an
implementation that will allow me to build a subversion server on my
YahooGroup (sorry Google!) and have students log into it for postings?

The overall project is an end-of-term project that will be assigned
for the last 3 weeks of the quarter, built by students and then
dissassembled at term-end.

Is there an alternative method of students using thumbdrives (as a
sneakernet-walking server) as a local server?

Any help would be appreciated!


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