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[ REQ 6901]: Subversions - the new CVS server
[Summary: The new CVS server, subversions.gnu.org, is now fully functional. Speak with cvs-hackers at gnu.org if you want to use it.] In the year of our Lord, 1999 Webmaster Jonas transcribing Once upon a time, in the GNU land (sorry), there was seen a need for a new server to rule over the versions and subversions of the various projects that the loyal inhabitants worked on. And so it came to pass that a recent server donation to the land was put to work. A long time did the servants of the country work on the server whilst the cries from the people echoed around the world. "Give us a new CVS server!" they shouted, and the servants came upon them and said; "Thank you for calling AT&T Direct" And so it was seen that the telephone companies had finally been betrayed by their trust in proprietary software. And the people said; "Give us now a new server so that we may work to improve the switchboards and the software and all that which makes the phone company work!" Having worked many nights and many days, the servants then told them "Lo! The new CVS server is ready, and the ones who maintain it shall be known as the CVS hackers and by cvs-hackers at gnu.org shall they be called." And there were much rejoicing and the people did feast on strawberries, pineapples, pizza, cola and beer. And the rest, as they say, is history. Or will be history. Or rather, will have become history when you read this, unless you're reading over my shoulder, in which case history has yet to be written, together with lots of free software. Happy hacking!
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