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Re: Speeding up workspace

From: Ludwig Hügelschäfer <mlisten_at_hammernoch.net>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 08:30:24 +0100


it may sound rude, but nevertheless I answer you: "You get what you paid

With this background, mentioning the salaries of the collab.net
sponsored developpers for subversion is a shame.

Also, comparing with a commercial product is inappropriate. Open source
always takes longer to come up with a good "product". But is most often
the better and much longer lasting one.

Additionally, you seem to have a lot of experience in the development,
test and release of a bigger software package. Otherwise I can't imagine
why you suggest implementing a really major code change simply weeks
before release after a several month development period.

Sorry for the sarcasm.


Listman wrote on 17.02.2009 8:06 Uhr:

> its just a shame that we've had so much push-back from the svn
> developer community
> on the issue of performance (do i need to go and dig up that thread
> Hyrum?) and now
> when someone identifies a root cause and a possible fix it gets pushed
> back another
> 6 months.
> performance is the MAIN issue with Subversion, with large wc's
> performance
> is just horrible.. the Perforce folks look at our performance and
> laugh, there are
> examples of this all over this list..
> it seems a little arrogant of the developers to ignore this issue,
> don't user
> concerns count for anything?
> Collabnet are paying the salaries of a number of people on the dev
> list, aren't
> they concerned that Atlassian are kicking their butts because of this
> Subversion
> performance issue?
> Am I alone here? Hello?


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