Re: 30+ patches in BugZilla.
- From: Martijn Vermaat <mvermaat cs vu nl>
- To: f-spot-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: 30+ patches in BugZilla.
- Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 02:28:22 +0200
Op wo, 17-05-2006 te 16:35 +0900, schreef Bengt Thuree:
> HEAD should not always be perfect. The relased stable versions should be
> more reliable. Or?
Sorry to bring this up here, but I think CVS is seriously holding
development back in situations like this.
Using a modern distributed version control system would make maintaining
different branches a triviality, and even Subversion would make creating
stable and experimental branches easier.
I don't know what the current status is, and don't expect the GNOME
project to make the rather brave step to a distributed version control
system, but am expecting a move to Subversion for a while now...
And more on-topic, I think Brengt is right. F-Spot is clearly atracting
a lot of users and possible contributers, and you don't want to just
'wait' them away :)
Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
e: mvermaat cs vu nl
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