darix wrote:
> as the SF.net CVS is still/again unstable, i would like to suggest
> moving to svn.


Seconded. Wes has always argued that the users should decide which I
tend to agree to. Now that SF.net is offering SVN services officially,
the poll is overdue.

> Advantages I see for the move:


Not to mention "renaming" (while keeping history). Here are some more
(random) articles on SVN vs. CVS:

http://www.linux.ie/articles/subversion/
http://www.redhat.com/magazine/010au...es/subversion/

Get ready to make your choice.


+Thomas

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