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RE: .svn folder needs to stay

From: Madan U Sreenivasan <madan_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-09-06 08:34:20 CEST

On Mon, 2005-09-05 at 12:16, Leon Zandman wrote:
> > You've never worked with artist have you? I also work in the
> > games business and use svn for our projects and it is a huge
> > pain with non-technical people.
> Maybe you should then have some more technical people handle the version
> control stuff. Just checkout the artwork and let the artists work on the
> working copy. When they're ready doing their biz they submit their work
> to the repository maintainer, who can commit it.
How about auto-versioning, folks
> This is basically the same procedure that many open-source projects,
> including Subversion itself, use. I can checkout the Subversion trunk,
> but I cannot commit to it. I have to submit my changes (patches) to one
> of the repository maintainers who will then decide if they commit it.
This might work out in a software dev case... but not in cases described
above. How can a technical person decide whether a work of art ( or
whatever artifact the end user has created) is worthy of checking in,
unless he is a man of the trade himself?!


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