-------- Original Message -------- Subject: RE: Eduforge and SVN GUI's Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 14:33:20 +1200 From: Richard Wyles email@example.com To: 'James Tremblay aka SLEducator' firstname.lastname@example.org References: 4A365BF4.email@example.com
Hi James, I have used TortoiseSVN with Eduforge but I think it did request a password every time if I recall correctly. We could sort this out but I must warn you that are soon to replace Eduforge.org with a new platform that will not be offering version control system. This is scheduled in approximately 3 months.
We will be migrating to a new platform with a new mission of advocacy, show-casing projects and training on OSS. I would recommend that openSIS has a good presence on Eduforge and that we showcase your projects. However, unfortunately we can no longer afford the full suite of "forge" tools and support.
-----Original Message----- From: James Tremblay aka SLEducator [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 16 June 2009 2:34 a.m. To: email@example.com Subject: Eduforge and SVN GUI's
Richard, I was wondering if you could help us understand the use of SVN GUI's like TortoiseSVN or RapidSVN , Either of these seem unable to use SSH without requesting the password with every action. I have followed several posts on the subject and I even updated my public key within the site. I am looking forward to hearing from you. JT