I'm not interested in starting a flame-war between SVN and AccuRev. I'm
merely stating that Stephen's claims are able to be demonstrably proven
false, although clearly a newsgroup forum isn't the place where that would
happen. I'm also stating that I am only aware of a single customer who was
using AccuRev who migrated away to SVN. Others could have done so without
my knowledge, but based on our 95% plus renewal rate, they would be few and
far between, and no one of significance. Lastly, my message was intended to
be for Bryan so that he will continue to avail himself of the services
AccuRev provides him to help his organization make an educated decision, as
opposed to listening to the opinions of someone who clearly has a biased
agenda. Unlike many of the zealots out there, AccuRev does not pretend to
be the solution for everyone. However, should not those considering the
option evaluate for themselves instead of basing their decision on
On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 12:52 PM, vishwajeet singh <dextrous85_at_gmail.com>wrote:
> 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 to
>> > 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
> is correct..
>> 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
> do that.....
> Vishwajeet Singh
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