[nycbug-talk] a new direction for NYC*BUG

Bill Totman billtotman at billtotman.com
Thu Mar 25 14:45:42 EDT 2010

Isn't CVS is becoming a thing of the past? Or, rather, isn't there a valid
reason FreeBSD opened a SVN repo (if I didn't imagine that)?

That said, in terms of having a centralized vs. distributed repo I'd rather
go with distributed; so, Mercurial or Git.

And, between those two I would choose Mercurial based on it's python-base,
OS portability, and single-binary installation.

Just my few cents.

On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 11:44 AM, George Rosamond <
george at ceetonetechnology.com> wrote:

> Jan Schaumann wrote:
>> Isaac Levy <isaac at diversaform.com> wrote:
>>> Other thoughts on this point?
>> At the scale we're talking about based on the proposed use, I don't
>> think it makes any real difference which VCS you use, so picking the one
>> that most people are familiar with and has the lowest barrier to entry
>> seems to me like the best choice. :-)
>> -Jan
> Ditto.
> This is not the context for a versioning control system . . .
> We're looking for functionality for a particular purpose.
> So if it's not git-web, than cvs is the best bet IMHO
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