Why Your Enterprise Needs a Git Strategy (Part 2)

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Having a plan for adopting Git for your enterprise can lead to great results In part two of our blog series (read Part 1) we share tips of adopting and scaling Git in the enterprise. When considering enterprise-wide Git adoption, it is not enough to only evaluate the SCM needs of your organization. The strategy should view Git as a vital part of the application lifecycle management (ALM) platform. Most Git solutions today have both SCM and ALM capabilities and claim readiness for enterprise-scale Git deployment. There are a few fundamental requirements that your strategy must address to make Git …

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Why Your Enterprise Needs a Git Strategy (Part 1)

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A governed adoption of Git can help speed up software development, while ensuring the security of source code. In the first of a two-part blog series we assess the status of Git in the enterprise and discuss major challenges to its adoption. Git is the world’s leading distributed source code management (SCM) system. In a recent CollabNet survey, 87% of the 838 respondents polled indicated that their enterprises either already use or have plans to deploy Git. With its flexibility, speed, and powerful branching and merging capabilities, Git represents an opportunity for global enterprises to drive productivity and accelerate application …

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Considering a Migration from ClearCase to Git, Gerrit or Subversion?

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Open Source Software offers compelling benefits, including affordability, security & stability, speed of innovation and flexibility.  This especially is evident with OSS source code management software such as Git and Subversion. In this Webinar we will provide a proven framework to guide your decision – when to move, and if OSS is the right answer. We will present a proven path for migration from ClearCase or other proprietary SCM systems that has helped over 30,000 users to make the switch. This webinar will present an actionable strategy, covering the phases of discovery and planning, and  a practical guide for the …

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Subversion Edge 4.0 Released

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Hopefully you saw Mike’s post yesterday about the release of Subversion 1.8. Congratulations to the Subversion team on the new release. Today I am pleased to announce the release of Subversion Edge 4.0. This is the release that delivers Subversion 1.8 to your servers so that you can take advantage of the new features offered by Subversion on the server. We are also taking this opportunity to upgrade our Apache HTTP Server stack from 2.2 to 2.4. This will allow you to get the most out of your Subversion 1.8 server as it benefits from some of the fixes and …

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The 2013 Future of Open Source Survey is here!

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Each year for the past 6 years, software companies and industry influencers have collaborated to conduct the open source survey on attitudes and adoption of open source software in business. And now, the 7th annual Future of Open Source Survey is open and will be accepting submissions until March 28th. This year, over 25 influential open source collaborators have joined forces to conduct “The Future of Open Source Survey“, including:  CollabNet, Black Duck, and Forrester. This annual survey provides a report on the state of the open source industry and analysis of future trends from influencers and important open source-related organizations. …

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Building Open-Source Software Engineering Tools

Do you know about CollabNet’s Tigris.Org community?  The birth-place of Subversion and home of many Subversion client tools, Tigris also hosts the communities behind the popular UML design tool ArgoUML, the Perl style and correctness tool Perlcritic, the PHP object-relational database Lawngnome, the highly customizable bug tracker Scarab, process tools like ReadySET, and lots more. Named for the great river Tigris, birthplace of civilizations and stories, the Tigris site provides fertile, well-watered soil for a new kind of community. A Tigris project collects together the mail lists, wiki, bug tracking, document sharing and storage, and source code — a well-equipped and …

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Subversion 1.6.20 Released!

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On January 8, 2013 Apache released Subversion 1.6.20. (Tweet This!) This is the most complete version to date in the 1.6 version series and has significant bug fixes. Subversion is an open-source version control system that has been widely adopted by developers in recent years. So what’s new with 1.6.20? User-Visible changes: Client and server-side bug fixes Fix typos in pt_BR, es and zh_TW translations (r1402417) Server-side bug fixes add Vary: header to GET responses to improve cacheability (r1390653) fix fs_fs to cleanup after failed rep transmission (r1403964, et al) fix an assert with SVNAutoVersioning in mod_dav_svn (issue #4231) For …

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Subversion Edge 2.2 Released

Subversion Edge 2.2 was released this week and brings some exciting new features that our users have been asking for. A general changelog for the release can be found in the wiki. Here are some of the highlights: Simplify Apache™ Subversion® 1.7.2 The Apache Subversion binaries have been updated to the latest release. Subversion 1.7.2 is a bug fix release, the changelog can be found here. Repository Templates Prior to this release when creating a new repository your choices were to create an empty repository or to initialize it with the standard trunk/branches/tags structure. A number of users requested the …

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Subversion 1.7.0 Release Candidate

Earlier today the Simplify Apache™ Subversion® project announced the release of the first public release candidate for Subversion 1.7.0. This has been a long release process, but I am personally quite happy with the final result. I have been using 1.7 builds exclusively for the last six weeks or so and it has been working great. I am particularly excited about the improved performance I am seeing in Windows and using Eclipse. I would encourage you to try the release candidate and provide your feedback to the Apache Subversion project. I think this release candidate is really solid and will become …

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CollabNet Subversion Edge 2.0 Released

I am pleased to announce the release of Subversion Edge 2.0. It is available for download and as an update via the built-in update mechanism in Edge. This release includes a number of enhancements and fixes that have been requested by the users in our forums. You can see a complete listing of the features in the project wiki. This release is a significant milestone in a number of ways. It was almost exactly a year ago to the day that we launched Subversion Edge 1.0. We knew we were launching a significant new product that was going to allow …

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