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Commercial Users of Subversion: LET ME KNOW

From: Mark Grosberg <myg_at_gladesoft.com>
Date: 2004-07-21 21:37:30 CEST

> Everything is going fine, and everyone involved is very impressed with
> Subversion, except that we have hit a 'snag' in our plans -- the
> 'conservative' nature of our company will probably refuse the move to
> Subversion -- and pick 'CVS' instead -- since we don't want to be the
> 'first guys on the block' that use Subversion for mission-critical
> non-open-source project development.

I can give two commercial testimonials:

  * Assenmacher Specialy Tools

    AST makes automotive scan tools. We keep our source code for both
    the embedded side and the Windows interface side under Subversion.
    In addition we keep our (large) databases under Subversion as well.

  * GladeSoft

    GladeSoft sells an embedded webserver toolkit and application
    framework. Subversion stores all of our code and documentation.
    In addition we store all of our business records in Subversion;
    so I guess we can't pull an Enron as easily :-)

Neither company has lost a single change with Subversion. Both companies
also have satellite workers who use SSL to access the source repositories.
Subversion administration is relatively straightforward provided you use
Apache so there are no permission problems. At AST most of the server
administration is done by one of the mechanics who has other work to do.

Mark G.

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