In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Richard Wackerbarth wrote
} > > Do we really need 5 year old history?
} > Yes.
} I don't disagree that we need to maintain the history.
} I do, however, question the policy that REQUIRES EVERYONE to maintain that
} much history.
I've been following this thread at some distance for a while, and I
don't understand your definition of ``everyone''. Aside from developers,
who do you feel is a good candidate to track the entire CVS repository, rather
than using CVSUP or some other method to get only the tree they are
interested in? I'm not trying to be snide; it's possible that I'm missing
some element of your argument, but I think using the term ``everyone'' is
overstating the case considerably.
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