One of the major benefits of being part of the Apache Subversion community, is all the opportunities to get involved in the project. Even if you’re not contributing to the actual code base or working on a related client, GUI or Subversion plugin, you can still post useful tutorials, or connect with the community at mailing lists and forums.
We opened a poll a few weeks ago to find out exactly how you’re interacting with Subversion – and the results are in!
As a major corporate contributor to the Subversion project, we’re excited to see the number of people who actively contribute to the project: just over 27% of respondents stated that they either contributed to Apache Subversion, or a related project.
Almost 10% of respondents stated that they read Subversion articles and blogs, while the same amount of respondents post on a Subversion forum. If you’d like to connect with other Subversion users at a dedicated forum, why not take a look at our SVNForum.org?
Thank you to everyone who took part in the poll. We’ll be launching another one shortly, and if you have a question you’d like us to put to the Subversion community, you can either post it here, or Contact Us directly and we’ll try and feature it in future polls.
And, if you’d like to find out more about actively contributing to the Apache Subversion project, the ASF’s ‘Getting Involved with Apache Subversion’ page is a great place to start.