Re: arch, svn, cvs
Christoph Hellwig <email@example.com> writes:
> It's completely unfounded bullshit.
Do you have a specific complaint? Or is every single sentence in that
post "unfounded bullshit"?
> Whether you prefer a pyramid or lots of commiters style organization
> is pretty much a personal or rather community organizational issue.
Yes, and Greg is saying that a pyramidal structure doesn't work well,
and that bitkeeper doesn't really have many advantages unless you are
using a pyramidal structure.
> Both have their up- and downsides. All the actual arguments he
> presents are totally unfounded,
All of them? Really? ALL of them? You're speaking about someone
with considerable expertise in release management, you know...
> abd besides that bitkeeper as the
> specific SCM he mentions supports multiple commiters style
> development just fine - for bkbits.net projects for example you can
> add multiple ssh keys and thus let different people push to the same
It's as if you didn't bother reading what he wrote, like where he
says, "Of course, Bitkeeper can still work with centralized project