thank you for the Subversion book; and a question about future plans
Mark Daniel Ward
mdw at purdue.edu
Fri Jan 29 11:35:31 CST 2016
Dear Mike and Pavel,
Thank you for the updates! I'll keep my eyes open for the 1.8 release
of the book when it's ready. I wish that I was a Subversion power user
(I'm a bit of a novice); otherwise, I would happily offer to help you
guys with this effort. I do have a 700 page book that I wrote on
probability theory, but in Subversion I am much less experienced.
Thanks again for the update.
On 1/5/16 11:07 AM, C. Michael Pilato wrote:
> I'd love to update the book to 1.9. (Heck, I'd love to finish the 1.8
> version...) Unfortunately, these days I have only rather small chunks
> of time to devote to the task. I'd certainly be willing to review
> patch submissions en route to adding more committers, though, if
> you're interested in the writing task yourself.
> -- Mike
> On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 5:24 AM, Mark Daniel Ward <mdw at purdue.edu
> <mailto:mdw at purdue.edu>> wrote:
> Dear Ben, Brian, and Michael,
> First of all, thank you for your amazing Subversion book from
> O'Reilly! It is really wonderful.
> I am curious if you have plans to update the book for Subversion
> 1.9? Or maybe you are waiting for Subversion 2.0?? I would be
> curious to know what your plans are.
> Best wishes,
> Mark Daniel Ward, Ph.D.
> Associate Professor and Undergraduate Chair
> Department of Statistics
> Purdue University
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> West Lafayette, IN 47907-2067
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