[Mini-job] An easy day's work for someone?

Toby Corkindale tjc at wintrmute.net
Tue Apr 25 16:36:43 BST 2006

On Tue, Apr 25, 2006 at 03:59:52PM +0100, Paul Makepeace wrote:
> Je 2006-04-25 12:13:30 +0100, Toby Corkindale skribis:
> > Hi,
> > is there anyone with too much spare time who'd like a day's work?
> > 
> > An unrelated company that is located in the same building as mine is looking
> > for someone to come in and set up a Linux box with subVersion on it, so they
> > can use it for source control.
> *Come in* and install? If you want to put a CD in the drive, bang enter a
> few times I'm sure someone can SSH in and install SVN for you, and dial
> in the rest of the machine. Is that any good?

It's not for me - I *know* that it's not much work; It took me all of 15
minutes to setup subVersion and Trac myself, last time I did it..
However I'm stacked with work currently and don't even have 15 mins spare to
help these guys out.

I did say it was an /easy/ day's work.. :)

The remote install idea is nice, but I have no idea what this company's
firewall is like, and if they don't want to install Linux+subVersion
themselves, I doubt they want to play with their firewall themselves either.


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