[Numpy-discussion] Moving away from svn ?
Fri Jan 4 05:56:51 CST 2008
> As for me, I would wait until DVCS became more popular than svn. Jump
> often from one VSC to another isn't a good idea, moreover, it's not
> clear for now which DVCS will suppress others and became standard (being
> installed in many OS by default).
> Also, I would prefer (for example my openopt) changes being available 24
> hours/day immediately after I have commit them; also, keeping them too
> long only in my HDD makes data more vulnerable - computer viruses, often
> electricity drops, other possible causes to lose data.
> // my 2 cents
You misunderstand dvcs. There is no problem to maintain a centralized copy,
I believe all the well known projects that have adopted dvcs all maintain a
canonical centralized copy.
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