Re: Git vs SVN
Still, it seems to me it would make more sense to prefer git since it
allows more flexibility and is more powerful (think offline work,
contributions, full source in repository, easier backporting, patch
transplant, less disk space used)
2008/11/4, Vincent Fourmond <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Barry deFreese wrote:
>> Have we made any type of decisions on Git vs SVN? I.E. if I start
>> working on some of the orphaned packages and such should I bring them in
>> to SVN or Git?
> My understanding is that we follow the do-what-you-please rule ;-)...
> Vincent Fourmond, Debian Developer
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> was that quite often, it still wasn't as cynical as real life.
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