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Re: CVS for website maintenance ?

From: Tom Hall
Subject: Re: CVS for website maintenance ?
Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 16:13:23 -0600

On Tue, May 14, 2002 at 11:47:00AM -0600, Tom Hall wrote:
> Assume you have a website and you'd like to be able to have
> several people make changes to it.
> Would it make sense to use CVS for this ?
> Does anyone know of a website currently being maintained this way ?

In case someone else had this question, I got this answer already from
the address@hidden :

>> We do use CVS to maintain the site ...
>> You won't see the header, footer, or the sidebar, but you can browse the 
>> repository for the pages available via the "CVS Documentation" link in 
>> the top navbar via this link: 
>> <>.  This is a typical 
>> setup and is actually mostly stripped directly from the previous 
>> site before we had the fancy Java servlets, headers, 
>> footers, and navbars.
>> We use issuezilla, a hacked BugZilla <>, also hidden 
>> behind the Java filters on  Please see 
>> <> for 
>> more.
>> Have fun!
>> Derek

Thanks Derek !

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