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Re: [Bug-gnubg] cvs restored

From: 保坂範行
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] cvs restored
Date: Fri, 5 Jun 2009 21:29:50 +0900


1) which is right version control system?
Think about how often kernel guys branch, merge, diff, patch, release etc.
That gives us answer: They must know what is version control any
another human being on the Earth.
And they made a new version control program to solve the known issues
and problems,
and thery are using it.
At least, we should use post "git" version control system, not priors.

2) Which service to use?
Of cause we can savannah, bitbucket, source forge,  github, and so on,
you name it.
One point I want to make clean is, company running service is not bad idea.

a) OSS does not mean contradiction with capitalizm or commercial use.

b) Commercial repository operators never able to steal source. If they
do that, now nobody using then, that hearts their business seriously.

c) They are better at providing serves than savannah, since they are
making mony with that services,
which must be sustainable, otherwise they bunkrupt or no inveter lets
them to operate.

d) Adhere to savannah looks too political? who pay it? Have you ever
donated to savannah for running it?


2009/6/5 Massimiliano Maini <address@hidden>:
>> 2009/6/5 Michael Petch <address@hidden>:
>> > I have a simple philosophy. Don't fix what's not broken.
>> Obviously you are not a programmer :)
> Right. Programmers have never seen such a thing, something not broken :)
> MaX.
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