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It would be really nice if there were a convenient browser or RSS accessible route to keeping track of the SVN check-in logs. One way to do this would be to add twiki to the CIA system for tracking open source projects. "CIA's goal is to track open source projects in real-time. Mailing lists can be slow, and are often ignored. For CIA to be a valuable tool in collaborative software development, the messages have to get from the version control system to the developers as fast as possible."

There are a couple of clients for subversion available at http://cia.navi.cx/doc/clients There are also methods of tracking IRC channels and Wiki page edits.

In addition to being a useful tracking mechanism for twiki developers and beta-testers it would also be good for twiki advocacy.

Interesting proposal. Why hasn't this happened yet. This would make TWikis development process more public, wouldn't it? Maybe even attracting some fresh developers. -- FJ

Undeferred, post Dakar CC

started setting up at http://cia.vc/stats/project/TWiki

this is a "community owned" project on their site, meaning anyone can edit the project details. http://cia.vc/account/projects/2340/

i have not setup either of their scripts to monitor SVN submissions as the latest version of "the CIA.vc server can contact your repository directly and check for commits"

i'm not sure that this site buys us anything in terms of development infrastructure, but i suppose the improved visibility doesn't hurt. they offer a bot service for irc to report checkins and such, but we already have several bots, especially TWiki:Codev.TWikiBot---and it does much more than simply report SVN checkins in the channel...


Cleaned "WaitingFor" field.

-- TWiki:Main.GilmarSantosJr - 10 Aug 2008

Summary Add twiki svn to CIA notification system
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.MattWilkie

SVN Range

AppliesTo Engine
Component BuildScripts
Priority Enhancement
CurrentState Closed


TargetRelease n/a

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