Research in the svn?
ajonesolt at gmail.com
Sat Oct 24 18:56:00 UTC 2009
I think your answer makes perfect sense to me. I guess anything that
isn't plain text and needs to be version-controlled goes into the SVN,
and otherwise its the wiki. I like that plan.
On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 3:43 PM, James William Yoon
<james.yoon at utoronto.ca> wrote:
> Hey Alistair,
> Good question!
> I think it depends what we mean by "research". Here are my thoughts... If
> it's research in the form of:
> - notes from presentations, website links, and other raw text-like material
> relevant to Fluid Engage, it belongs in the wiki
> - journal papers, charts/graphs/diagrams authored by someone outside our
> project, etc., it may be something we can't put up either on the wiki or in
> svn, for copyright reasons
> - other binary file materials relevant to Fluid Engage authored by our
> project, then yes, I think it belongs in the svn, and possibly the wiki too
> Alistair Jones wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> Kevin: I've been going through the research you sent me a while back.
>> Did you pull up anymore good stuff in the meantime? If so send it my
>> way, please!
>> And a bigger question to the group: Should our research documents
>> live somewhere on the svn repository? I think it could be really
>> nice... Thoughts?
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