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Re: Capacity and reliability

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_google.com>
Date: 2006-09-22 00:32:59 CEST

Dan Mannisto <danMannisto@machinebus.com> writes:
> I'd be happy to volunteer, if you or others think a survey area like
> this would be useful. There are a lot of opinions about Subversion
> out there, all of which seem positive, but little hard evidence. I
> know it would help our managers if there were some statistics that
> show how our repository compares in size, activity, etc. to others,
> what kind of uptime they are experiencing and what issues they
> encounter. In other words, what is Subversion like from an admin
> perspective.

Thanks! Don't underestimate the amount of work involved here --
asking questions, compiling statistics, and writing web pages can all
take a lot of time. If you're still interested in doing it, I'd
suggest that you take the information already posted in this thread,
plus everything already reachable from subversion.tigris.org, and
easily-searchable stuff on the Net, and compile a sample web page
showing a general picture of "Subversion at Large Organizations".

People here can comment on the page, suggest improvements, suggest new
material, etc. If at the end of the porcess, you're pleased with the
result, and the development community is too, we'll commit the web
page into the www/ area in the Subversion repository, and give you
partial commit access so you can maintain it there indefinitely.

Good luck, if you choose to do it!


> Karl Fogel wrote:
>>Dan Mannisto <danmannisto@machinebus.com> writes:
>>>By the way, survey information like this would be a great thing to have on the
>>>Subversion web site. Especially for corporate users that are looking to
>>>replace commercial products. I'd be happy to contribute our statistics from
>>I think what we'd really need is someone to volunteer to maintain such
>>a survey area. Would you like to do it? (Feel free to say no, of
>>course, I just wanted to point out how things tend to get done around
>>here... :-) ).
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