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Re: Fedora Board meeting Tuesday 12/12



On Mon, 2006-12-11 at 23:33 -0500, Jeremy Katz wrote:
> More likely, people are "happy enough" with CVS (warts and all) to not
> want to invest the time and effort on alternatives.

That's certainly the case. CVS isn't wonderful but it does the job well
enough -- and it's certainly better using CVS than trying to learn
something new.

I could perhaps manage a switch to git -- but even that I'm not
convinced of the need for. And anything else would certainly be a
retrograde step, I think. After all I'm bad enough at typing 'cvs diff'
in git repositories already -- I don't want to add another gratuitous
new version control system into the mix.

> I really feel pretty strongly that if we're going to switch, there needs
> to be bigger investigation into what work people are trying to do, how
> they accomplish it and how we can make things _better_ rather than just
> switching SCMs for nominal amounts of tool improvement.

I agree strongly with the above. If a switch is proposed, I'd like to
see a very clear list of the improvements it promises.

-- 
dwmw2


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