Because I don't have something that lets me compare versions. You do.
I don't have access to the SVN logs, so I don't know exactly what has been changed.
Do you know how harder it would be to compare every single file to find all the differences?
Do you know how much easier it would be if I just had a massive list of which files to copy and paste?
Do you know how much easier it would be to just do along the way while changes are made?
Long story short, the SVN log makes all the difference. That
is why "just anyone" can't just open the old MVPs and rip out the tile maps, because finding which ones were ripped out would take longer than actually ripping them out. You're busy, I'm busy. You don't have time to do something that takes maybe two extra seconds every commit?
Well I don't have time to spend two plus hours comparing files in VPs.
I don't see how it would cut significantly into your
time, while I do
see how it would cut significantly into mine
for me to do this because I don't have access to the SVN logs.
So, unless you're just going to give me (or anyone else interested in maintaining this) SVN access, I still think it's better for someone within FSU to maintain the package. I'm not trying to sound rude or entitled or anything even though I may come off as that, but it would be far more efficient if someone that actually has access to the list of things that have changed to assemble the package over someone doing things blindly.
Hell, give me SVN access and I'll finish it a day, and then it'll be two seconds for everyone to keep it updated whenever a commit is made to the finalized part...
Stuff that goes on in the WIP folders or whatever doesn't concern this at all...its two seconds every time something is finalized, and stuff is cleaned up...