Noted.  My instinct would be for us to wait about 6-9
months after several other projects move over.  If no
problems with them, or at least no major problems,
then I think it would be fine for us to switch
products if other committers would like.

However, this will still require someone SVN-loving
enough to do the heavy lifting of migrating our source
code over.  CVS is still quite fine with me, so I'm
not motivated enough to bother with migrating it.


--- Jeremias Maerki <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I use SVN at home and at work. With great success.
> Command line works
> great and is very easy and intuitive. TortoiseSVN
> (Explorer Plug-In for
> Windows) is also quite nice although on some not
> quite ordinary
> operations the thingy seems to do a few things wrong
> messing up the
> local working copy from time to time. But that's
> easily fixed. Even
> branching is not scary anymore. :-)
> On 12.06.2004 00:28:58 Clay Leeds wrote:
> > A very interesting read! Looks like a really nice
> tool. We may consider 
> > it ourselves in-house, as the infrastructure has
> some really nice 
> > features!
> Jeremias Maerki

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