So I come to Subversion. I've been using it a lot lately for an external project and must admit, I like it. It's great being able to rollback a file to a given version, its great being in the mindset that you work on some code, feel happy with it's progress, commit it like it's not a big deal and move onto the next task. Everything's reversable, everything's there in one pot when you need it.
I was looking over some dedicated SVN plans I found on Subversionary. Right now, I'm looking at svn-hosting.com's Plan S and the CVSDude Home plan.
They're both very similar in price but have a couple of differences that make it hard to decide.
On svn-hosting I'd pay US$5 p/m for 50Mb of space and unlimited user accounts.
But on CVSDude, it'd be US$18 p/3m for 20Mb of space and 3 users.
On paper, it seems that svn-hosting is the better deal, but what if I need to expand later? Surely the CVSDude accounts would be good when I need the bug tracker?
That said, I think I've just convinced myself. svn-hosting does sound like the better plan. I love this journal, I can talk to myself all day without polluting the main boards [grin].
It's a shame that GDNet doesn't offer personal SVN hosting [sad]