[Tutorialcpp] Testers informed, Repository

Felix Friedrich felix.friedrich at inf.ethz.ch
Mon Sep 5 10:52:04 CEST 2016

Dear Luka

thanks for the feedback: indeed I had provided access only to the 
subfolder cpp. Sorry for the confusion.
I have now provided the correct access and thus it should work now.


On 05.09.2016 10:39, Luka Malisa wrote:
> Dear Felix,
> hm...I can’t access the repo. It says “Forbidden” when I login with my 
> eth login.
> Luka
>> On Sep03 2016, at 15:33, Felix Friedrich <felix.friedrich at inf.ethz.ch 
>> <mailto:felix.friedrich at inf.ethz.ch>> wrote:
>> Dear all
>> as you have seen: I have sent out the invitation to students (only 
>> six, for now) to help with testing the online tutorial.
>> I have hesitated a bit because not all of us (but me) have yet done a 
>> final pass over the whole thing. But I think it is in a shape that 
>> will certainly not make a bad impression with the testers. And better 
>> find the bugs early than with all of the students.
>> I have made another pass over the tutorial and have patched minor issues.
>> *Repository*: I have copied the content to text-files that now reside 
>> in our repository at 
>> https://svn.inf.ethz.ch/svn/lecturers/vorlesungen/trunk/tutorials 
>> (all of you have RW access). *Further changes **should be made 
>> visible there *by simply copying the content of the respective 
>> chapter into the text-file and submitting it to the repo. Therewith 
>> we can now avoid issues with losing content, which, by the way, now 
>> happened just before I put the things to the repo. Moreover, we can 
>> keep track of what changed. Most of my changes from today are 
>> documented this way now, for instance.
>> Thanks all of you for your efforts, in particular for helping last 
>> minute today!
>> Best Regards
>> Felix
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