Welcome to Version Control Blog!
I first became interested in subject of version control in about 1998, after I’ve implemented CVS in my ongoing Delphi project.
Since that time I have contributed patches and bugfixes to CVS itself, couple of tiny patches to Subversion; implemented elaborate access control implementation for CVS (cvs-nserver project, now defunct). Also I translated the complete CVS Manual into Russian; it is now standard documentation at Intel/Russia, I’ve been told. I did an initial prototype of Transvn, which is something like Andrew Morton’s patch-scripts, with Subversion as backend.
Currently I’m primarily interested in several topics revolving around version control:
- large-scale distributed development, a-la Linux kernel development with Git;
- version control of database schemas;
- using and implementing version control outside of software development;