Name: [8360] Jiang Xin
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Description: Founder and consultant of ossxp.com, a company forcus on opensource consult in China. ...

1. Background and deployment of pySvnManager [ID:806] (1/7)

in series: Agile python/pylons development step by step: pySvnManager

video tutorial by Jiang Xin, added 07/08

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First show common config errors of subversion authz file, and it's what pySvnManager deal with. Then I will show you how pySvnManager is deployed using easy_install.

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Your video tutorials are awesome and helped me a lot to move forward with out any doubts and time delay.


Hi Jiang, I've blogged as promised, this post goes out to the two Planet Pythons so it raises your visibility for about a week:

http://blog.showmedo.com/2008/08/06/new-series-agile-pythonpylons-to-build-pysvnmanager/

Cheers,

Ian.


Thanks to Kyran, Ian and many others. Your encouragement is the greatest promotion for our contributers.


Hello Jiang, welcome to ShowMeDo. I'm one of the founders (Kyran is the other founder), you've done a good job on your first series, well done.

I've edited your text-description to insert a link to pypi (so people can find your project). I'll describe your series on our blog in a few days, this gets sent out to the two Planet Pythons which will bring you more viewers. I'll also try to talk to the authors of pylons about getting your project linked as an example on the pylons site.

Cheers,

Ian.


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Thanks for your effort Jiang. I like your step by step breakdown of the topic.


Welcome to showmedo Jiang - our first chinese contributor! Love your use of mindmaps - I play with that software myself. The code speaks for itself mostly and a web-based svnmanager is very cool. I would recommend expanding your description text for those who have difficulty with the english; there are also some glitches in the audio. You might also upload some of the code and console commands. But well done anyway - screencasting is hard enough without having to submit to a very foreign language.


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