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Hi all, I wish you all a Happy New Year 2006. n May the coming year brings u all lucks, prosperity, It's really great to be part of the mailing list. I hve got lots of help here. I myself was a newbie using CVSNT, but being here in the list i hve got lots of help n support, n guides as well. Special thnks to Bo, Tony, Arthur and all those who are contributing for the CVSNT. CVSNT has really a great future, Ok dear enjoy well, Thnks again Regards Vinay Arthur Barrett wrote: >For the subscribers to the newsgroup and mailing list I thought this may >be a good opportunity to recap 2005 and let out a few glimpses on 2006, >and maybe spark a little discussion. > >Firstly the development outline for CVSNT are in the FAQ if you didn't >already know that: >http://march-hare.com/cvspro/faq/faq9.asp#9g > >The project and products have been a great success in 2005 and that >success is based on the quality of the people who contribute including >Tony Hoyle, Torsten, Jerzy, Bo, Oliver, Glen and many others. My >personal thanks goes out to all the contributors: large and small. > >The March Hare team have done a fantastic job, I'd especially like to >thank Tony Hoyle (again), Udo Pott, Carles Zaragoza, Mark Raymond and >Steve Rankin for their effort particularly in their assistance with >writing the eBook "All About CVS" as well as product development, sales >and support. >http://march-hare.com/cvsnt/features/book/ > >During the past year I have had the fantastic opportunity to meet up >with some of the project contributors who are not part of the official >March Hare team, including Derek Price - longstanding contributor to CVS >and editor of "Essential CVS". > >Looking ahead to 2006 we have a major new release with the first major >architectural changes to CVS with CVSNT 2.6, and with some favour (or >luck) will also see the entirely newly architected CVSNT 3.1 available >later in the year with an entirely database backend and an ability to >version so much more than what we commonly think of today. > >The only dissapointment I had this year was in finding forums on the net >with people looking for CVSNT, WinCVS or Tortoise support and getting >poor answers, or people asking for an SCM system recommendation and >being advised to use systems that clearly don't meet their requirements, >or when I read articles in magazines and ezines that mention every >product except CVSNT like Mike Riley's article in SD Magazine's August >2005 special guide on "Tools and Trends: May the Source Be with You". >http://www.sdmagazine.com/documents/sdm0508f/ > >Can you help get word out on CVSNT and CVS Suite in 2006? Or: is there >something more that us at March Hare could be doing? > >I've laid out the main details of advocacy carried out by us in 2005 and >planned for 2006 here: >http://march-hare.com/cvspro/faq/faq1.asp#9gc > >During the 12 months to August 2005 CVSNT was downloaded 1.4 million >times, I'd like to see that more people find it, and more people >implement it successfully. > >In 2006 I'd love it if rather than recommend someone else's book, or >plug-in, or support - that you could mention the book, plug-ins and >support offered by the people who wrote the software. I know many of >you already do this, or already have bought our first editions, but >maybe next year you can ask Santa to get you the 2006 edition? > >CVSNT is already a great product and a popular product. Your support is >what makes the future of CVSNT a bright one. > >>From all of us at March Hare Software - we thank you for your >contributions in 2005, and wish you all the best for 2006! > >Kind Regards, > > > >Arthur Barrett >Product Manager > >March Hare Software Ltd > > > > > >P.S. >Due to the volume of e-mail I receive daily, I may be unable to reply >personally to your comments regarding this post. > > > > > > > >_______________________________________________ >cvsnt mailing list >cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook >http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt https://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/en.asp#downcvs > >