[vox-announce] Last Reminder: Feb. 21 LUGOD meeting: Version Control Systems

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Sat Feb 19 11:44:05 PST 2005

The Linux Users' Group of Davis, will be holding a meeting this Monday,
February 21st, from 6:30pm to 9:00pm at the...

  Davis Public Library
  315 East 14th St.
  Davis, California 95616

The topic will be:

  Version Control Systems
  presented by: Ken Bloom

    Revision control is an aspect of documentation control wherein changes
    to documents are identified by incrementing an associated number or
    letter code, called the 'revision.'

    Examples of version control software include CVS, BitKeeper and Subversion.

    Software developers use version control systems to keep track of
    changes throughout the lifetime of a project, but it can be used for
    any kind of file: books, drawings, music.

    Learn how version control systems such as "CVS" (which is available
    for Windows and Mac, as well as Linux) can help you work on the same
    file from different computers or locations, share changes with people
    you're collaborating with, revert to a version from weeks ago, and more.

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