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    That's been the issue. With the designer not involved in the source control, he FTP files to the server for testing, and edits them on his box (a method _I'd_ find cumbersome, but he's content). He finds connecting to another box to make commits as a cumbersome step, and is fighting it. Since we've failed (from a technical/practical standpoint) at the last two tries to get him in the process, we don't have a strong basis to gain trust from him on this issue.

Whoa, Nelly!

He's part of the project but he's not involved in the source control? Oops -- software sevelopment disaster in the making.

Strongly recommend you push to get that changed, pronto. I can't imagine how impossibly difficult the job of running a Production system and developing software would become without a source control system.

And I'll stop right there.

Alex / talexb / Toronto

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In reply to Re^5: What is YOUR Development Process? by talexb
in thread What is YOUR Development Process? by swiftone

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