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+ - Most cost-effective code versioning setup for local programming management 1

Submitted by courcoul
courcoul (801052) writes "Under a new presidency and with the directive to switch over to FOSS and/or local development as much as possible, we would like to take control of our current and growing code base. Ancient RCS, SCCS. CVS. SVN. Some other letter soup?

I would like to ask the great Slashdot Collective for their thoughts, tips and recommendations on setting up such a source code management infrastructure AND getting the coders to accept and use it."
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Most cost-effective code versioning setup for local programming management

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  • You can argue that they shouldn't be part of the decision, but if the coders are involved in the process they'll be much more likely to "accept and use" the product.

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