Fri Feb 8 13:24:57 CST 2008
On Feb 8, 2008 12:00 PM, Brian Granger <email@example.com> wrote:
> Disclaimer: I have little experience with distributed version control
> and thus am not qualified to comment on the relative strengths and
> weaknesses of bsr and hg.
> WIth that said, Launchpad is extremely impressive. Not only is it
> ready today, it would free all of us up from having to play part time
> sys-admin with trac/hg/etc (a role that I am sure Fernando would be
> glad to give up). Even if we did have hg+trac fully setup today, the
> feature set, usability, maintainability of launchpad+bzr is still far
> As we move to a distributed model, it would still be useful to have a
> place for everyone to publish their branches - launchpad makes that
> easy. It would be a huge pain if everyone had to setup their own web
> server to share their hg repos with everyone else.
> Summary - hg would have to be _way_ better than bzr for us not to
> consider using launchpad+bzr.
I'm open to anything, but I'm basically near-offline for 2 weeks now.
I still have net access but zero time, sorry.
I'll try to keep an eye on the discussion and feedback from others,
and in a couple of weeks we can make a decision, if that's OK with
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