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RE: .svn folder needs to stay

From: Leon Zandman <lzandman_at_lode.nl>
Date: 2005-09-06 09:29:21 CEST

> 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?!

What made you think the technical person has to decide anything? When an
artist feels his work is ready for a commit (this might be the case at
the end of each working day) he contacts the repository maintainer, who
will then have to commit the work, possibly even without looking at it.

This isn't about adding an extra decision layer in the process, but it's
about delegating the "very difficult" task of managing an SCM repository
to someone who knows how to handle it.


Leon Zandman

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Received on Tue Sep 6 09:31:29 2005

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