I realise getting myself to contribute to this blog is going to be a tedious process. Only a few months ago I started a personal journal and have found it to be a great resource. I figure keeping track of some of the bugs and troubles I've had along the way would be a great personal resource so I am committed to getting a technical blog going.
I'm still doing my research into subversion and it's use. My first goal is to migrate my asp.net web applications onto it, as certainly I could take advantage of having my source code archived and revisioned. While I do well enough without it I never turn down an opportunity to make things easier.
I've been toying with the idea of starting work on a personal wiki. I havn't found any decent journal writing software and I'd like to have a good way to categorize and relate my thoughts in a wiki style method. I have a few ideas I'm always working on but it's hard to keep my thoughts organized. I like the ability to contribute and revise documents online so I figure why not migrate a similar concept to the local machine for document creation? Anyways, getting in subversion should give me some good ideas on what concepts I can incorporate in such a task.
I found this link which is a good reference to installation of subversion on windows. http://weblogs.asp.net/nleghari/articles/subversion.aspx