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Re: sourcecross.org - Subversion-SCC project

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-24 16:10:30 CET

I added the link, but with a note that sourcecross isn't an open
source project due to the NDA issue. (I think this will be important
to a lot of visitors to the links page, and all the other projects on
the page are open source afaik).

By the way, is the project's name "sourcecross.org" or "SourceCross"
or... ? Your mail only said "sourcecross.org", so I used that as the
project name.


"Walter Nicholls" <walter.nicholls@cornerstone.co.nz> writes:
> Hi all,
> == Announcing sourcecross.org ===
> Subversion - SCC API interface project
> For a couple of months there has been a small group of developers
> working on an SCC API interface to Subversion.
> We have established a project home at http://www.sourcecross.org/ and a
> Subversion repository. More information on the web site.
> The SCC API is used by most major Windows development environments
> including Microsoft Visual Studio (a fuller list is at
> http://www.sourcecross.org/faq/index.php#whatides)
> Unfortunately we are unable to establish this as an open-source project,
> because the Microsoft SCC API is protected by a non-disclosure
> agreement. This is one of the reasons we are not on tigris.org
> alongside the likes of AnkhSVN and Subclipse. However this is a fully
> community-owned project and is not controlled or funded by any
> commercial interests.
> We would like to consolidate all the efforts to produce an SCC provider
> for Subversion, and produce the best provider there is. If you are able
> to contribute, even in a small way, to this project, then please join
> one of the mailing lists (instructions at
> http://www.sourcecross.org/lists.php). We are especially interested if
> you have signed the Microsoft NDA and can help with the SCC provider
> development, but there are other things to do as well (eg documentation,
> testing). Certainly signing the NDA is not a prerequisite for
> involvement.
> And although this has been said many times before, congratulations to
> all the Subversion developers for getting 1.0 released!
> Walter Nicholls
> sourcecross.org
> P.S. Apologies for the cross-posting to both dev and users. This is
> primarily a user-space announcement but since we'll be working with
> libsvn code and are looking for developers it seemed appropriate to dev
> as well. (I won't do it again.)
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