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Re: Roadmap for 1.1

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-02 18:14:47 CEST

"Chris Estes" <cestes@nexussystems.com> writes:
> Regarding locking: While it may very likely be a part of the 1.1
> roadmap, I'm being pressed for details by my boss, who wants to switch
> to something else. Without having a schedule I'm having to defend not
> switching to VSS from PVCS. Maybe this isn't the correct forum to
> discuss that. We're already being pulled into .Net, and if we go to
> VSS then I might as well give up any non-Windows tools at all. That is
> a demoralizing thought.

Thanks for the label explanation, and this. I understand your plight.
Of course Subversion's planning process has to proceed at its own pace
(which isn't necessarily to say a slow pace, just that it won't be
driven by any individual shop of course).

> Please understand that I am not criticizing Subversion or the work
> that has gone into it. I looked at everything I could find, open
> source and proprietary, and chose Subversion as our alternative
> because it is a great tool. Even the most critical developers on the
> team I support have been impressed with it. I'm trying to learn Linux
> and Apache just for Subversion.

Oh, don't worry, I don't think anyone would take it that way. Saying
that Subversion doesn't meet all your needs right now isn't the same
as saying it's bad.


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