On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 11:23 AM, <kd1_at_timpanisoftware.com> wrote:
> I checked out the Resourcey web site that Itamar suggested. Couple of
> issues: 1) The site is still in “beta”, and 2) It doesn’t seem to be heavily
> used. There are only 6 attached resources and only 2 of them (TortoiseSVN
> and AnkhSVN) are project/product add-ons; the other links are to mailing
> lists, CollabNet, and the Subversion book.
> I was thinking about starting a community server for Subversion and wanted
> to see how much interest there would be, or if something already existed,
> before I started.
> As for Googling, I was thinking it would be nice to help with the discovery
> process. It’s fine to Google if you know exactly what you’re looking for,
> but what if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for and just want to
> browse around and see what’s available. Maybe you’ll find something that
> looks interesting, that you never heard of, and you want to check it out.
> Google wouldn’t help you with that.
> What do you think? Would people on this mailing list find something like
> that valuable?
The wikipedia page for Subversion has some info in it:
More importantly, it links to this page that has even more info:
Why not just use these pages and possibly even create additional pages
on Wikipedia that list the various tools that work with Subversion
(assuming we do not want to cram everything on the page devoted to
Received on 2011-06-13 22:09:09 CEST