[cvsnt] Betr.: CVSNT to CVS

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Wed Apr 8 20:32:17 BST 2009


btw.  As it's late, I'd like to go on record by saying that I think git 
is a good thing - I can pull down an opensource project, fix bugs, post 
on the forum and anyone that wants to can get my fixes/improve them 
without waiting for the original author to get around to releasing a new 
version - so you end up with a truly open development system.

There's even a good case for putting the cvsnt repository in git (which 
would be somewhat ironic), as it would benefit from this kind of 
collaboration.

I'm just not sure how well it translates to the corporate space.. and 
currently that's where all my thinking is, having had my head in evs for 
so long.  Now if someone wants to come up with the idea for a corp-git 
that handles realtime audit, bug tracking, access control and locking 
without losing the distributed nature (if that isn't a total 
contradiction in terms) then I'd be all for it.

Tony


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