[Standards] xmpp-commits list
pavlix at pavlix.net
Sat Sep 6 13:30:05 UTC 2008
Maybe it would easier for other people to participate.
Git is just one option. There are other decentralized systems, though
I understand that the concepts of decentralized SCM were not so well
Some of my friends even prefer other decentralized systems to Git...
for me it's just the first one I have learned. Their reasons include
simplicity and ease of use though I'm still happy with what Git offers.
But maybe it's just I didn't have time to thoroughly test the others
(notably Monotone and Darcs).
Maybe we can discuss off-list if there's more to say?
On Fri, 05 Sep 2008 08:05:03 -0600
Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im> wrote:
> Pavel Simerda wrote:
> > Never knew why is Subversion the SCM of choice for
> > a decentralized IM protocol project. They must have
> > known centralization is a barrier to open collaboration.
> Maybe because only one person writes all the documentation? :P
> Plus, I don't think Git was widely known or used when we switched
> from CVS to SVN.
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