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

mikel king mikel.king at olivent.com
Thu Mar 25 15:17:16 EDT 2010

On Mar 24, 2010, at 11:54 AM, Isaac Levy wrote:

> Awesome,
> Down to some brass tacks:
> On Mar 23, 2010, at 8:45 PM, Charles Sprickman wrote:
>> On Tue, 23 Mar 2010, Jesse Callaway wrote:
>>> I think gitweb fits nicely into the model as a tool. Actually, I'm  
>>> not
>>> up on all the names of the various git + web projects out there, but
>>> one of those git hosting situations...
>> I don't know if such a thing exists, but for Ike's idea of little  
>> scripts and/or "scriplets", it would be nice to have both a  
>> repository and a forum-like commenting system linked to the code.   
>> That would allow folks to post small changes/additions for review  
>> by the community, or for some more generic scripts or functions,  
>> add some explanation or examples of usage.  Sadly, none of the  
>> (dated) web-accessible code repositories I know of incorporate such  
>> a thing.
> Ok- this is a liked idea by more than a few...
> Down to brass tacks, does anyone on list object to using Git?  So  
> far my short experiences with it are very positive- it's *easy* and  
> intuitive IMHO.
> Any yelps for cvs or other tools?
> Should people need shell access (repo's in home directories), or  
> just access via git/cvs?
> Rocket-
> .ike

If I were to through $0.02 in and I am but why not svn? I have used it  
for just about everything imaginable, DMS, backups and of course  
config file management.


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