On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 10:13 PM, James Talbott <jtalbott_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> You are entitled to your opinion about AccuRev and I will not attempt to
> change your mind, but the statements you make below are patently false.
> > in practice you can never trust promoting
> > changes will have the correct effect.
> > I have promoted files only to have them disappear from the stream I am
> > promoting into as well as from the stream I am promoting from... only to
> > replaced by another version.
> > There are the versions that we "kept" which AccuCrap refuses to give us
> > back...
> > There are sections of our history which AccuCrap can only give a guess as
> > what the repository looked like (due to problems with the metadata)
> I can guess at what company you work for as I am only aware of a single
> customer who has ever migrated from AccuRev to SVN,
was that a joke or you are serious......I personally know couple of
companies who moved from AccuRev to SVN....obviously I can not name them
and I was kind of part of that migration.
> and that was at the behest of an executive who is no longer even with that
> company. I would encourage Bryan to continue working with the excellent
> resources AccuRev provides to allow them to fully evaluate AccuRev's
> capabilities. At that point, if it isn't for your organization, as long as
> you made a fair decision we support it. But please be aware that the FUD
> Stephen is spreading is not the experience of 99.9% of our customers,
How do you prove that what Stephen is saying is FUD and what you are saying
> and is in fact probably caused by a lack of education and interest on their
> part to adopting the solution.
Wow what a lame excuse.....I don't believe even after paying some one will
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Received on 2009-10-08 18:53:49 CEST