As the uberSVN community will already know, uberSVN came out of beta last week with the 12.04 release. This award winning ALM platform for Apache Subversion is developed entirely in Sheffield (and has the Made in Sheffield mark to prove it!) To show our support for the local area, all of our uberSVN releases are named after local Sheffield venues. uberSVN 11.12 was codenamed ‘Blake’ and the just-released uberSVN 12.04 is the Chimney House release, after The Chimney House venue in Kelham Island, Sheffield.
After hearing we were naming our award-winning software after their venue, our friends at The Chimney House were kind enough to put on a private party for the WANdisco team. We all had a great time, and presented our friends at The Chimney House with a very special, uberSVN plaque to mark the occasion.
As this release marks uberSVN moving out of beta testing, we decided to really push the boat out, and ordered our very own uberSVN cupcakes from Sheffield-based cake company, Fancie. We think you’ll agree, Fancie did an amazing job!
We even posted a few boxes of uberSVN cupcakes from Crumbs and Doilies to some lucky recipients – we hope you all enjoyed your cake!