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From Stas Bekman <s...@stason.org>
Subject Re: [NOTICE] Subversion conversion
Date Sun, 14 Nov 2004 20:48:42 GMT
Geoffrey Young wrote:
>>It's just that someone needs to simultaneously move modperl-2.0 to
>>subversion too. And modperl-docs too, since they are checked out into
>>modperl-2.0 check out. As long as this is all done at once there should
>>be no problem. None of these projects had any branching so it shouldn't
>>be a problem. But I've next to zero experience with subversion, so I'm
>>not volunteering to do that.
> 
> 
> gozer and I can take care of this while we're here.  I was waiting on you to
> agree with the move before we went forward, though.  and it looks like your +1.
> 
> ok, so we're giving sander and justin the ok to lock down cvs until the svn
> conversion is complete, which may be a day or two.  after that, everyone
> will need to use svn to access mod_perl cvs (with instructions to follow).
> 
> so, rock on svn.

yes, yes, I'm +1. Thanks for taking care of it.

Don't forget about preserving the frozen cvs though. I have lots of 
modified files all over.

Also we will need to modify some of the sw to work with svn instead of cvs 
(Makefile(s) and RELEASE notes)

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