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Re: info-cvs use over time

From: Todd Denniston
Subject: Re: info-cvs use over time
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2008 10:42:42 -0400
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Bob Proulx wrote, On 03/08/2008 02:07 PM:
Todd Denniston wrote:
Am I just being left behind (in the cm world) or has CVS reached a point that not a lot of questions need to be asked because folks understand it???

I believe it is as you surmise, because most people today who be
asking questions about cvs are now asking those questions about svn,
git and others.

I suppose I should start studying one or more of those.
Granted, CVS does everything that the folks I work with have needed over the years... Except had a really _nice_ way to take a copy of the repo on the road with you while others continue working back at the office (usually implemented by doing a checkout and putting that under a CVS on one of the laptops, and _a_ patch generated when they return to go back in the official baseline).

While rearranging my mailboxes for incoming speed today, I noticed the info-cvs list has over the years I have been subscribed seen:
Year    aprox msg count
2000    8830
2001    10290
2002    7020
2003    3710
2004    4700
2005    4600
2006    2340
2007    1380
2008    270 (on course for ~1080)

Are those mailboxes reasonably spam free?  In years past the mailing
lists were not filtered.

Spam free, and in some cases where the mail hub was sending some messages a "few" extra times, I cleaned them out.

Todd Denniston
Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC Crane)
Harnessing the Power of Technology for the Warfighter

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