Subject: Re: CVS problems
From: Randy Kramer (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jul 02 2001 - 11:13:55 CDT
Ok, curiosity got the best of me!
Would an ordinary PC disk be useful? Like the Maxstor 15 GBs on sale at
Best Buy and Circuit City for about $50 after a $30 rebate? If not, is
it because the host computer is not a PC, 15 GB is not near enough, no
more controllers, or too slow (which I don't think I'd believe
considering the Internet must be a pretty big (small) bottleneck), or
some other reason?
If that would help, I'm willing to donate $10 towards one (hey, I'm
Andrew Dunbar wrote:
> Hubert Figuiere wrote:
> > According to Jesper Skov <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > > If this is a disk space problem again, may I suggest someone throw
> > > money after another disk, or we move CVS to sf.net. Life is too short,
> > > and time too expensive, for disk space limitations.
> > I think that solution #1 is better for our independence.
> > but the problem is who should throw the money at buying this disk ?
> > Perhaps it is time to find some sponsor.
> When my AbiWord contributions get me a job in Europe I'll buy us
> a hard drive with my second pay cheque (:
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