[Geany-devel] Git switch

Daniel Marjamäki daniel.marjamaki at xxxxx
Sun Jun 13 12:01:02 UTC 2010

I have a few years of daily experience both with SVN and GIT. We use
SVN at work and I use GIT for all my personal projects. I like GIT
better than SVN.

In my humble opinion you shouldn't switch unless you are unhappy with
sourceforge / svn.

2010/6/13 Enrico Tröger <enrico.troeger at uvena.de>:
> On Sun, 13 Jun 2010 10:05:26 +1000, Lex wrote:
>> As I'm looking at potential hosting services for the first time,
>> Gitorious and Github don't actually look to me to be any more socially
>> oriented than sourceforge, both seem to emphasise hosting and then
>> offer other apps as well just like sourceforge.  Certainly their
>> public face tries to be friendlier whereas sourceforge is a bit
> "friendlier"? Really?
> To me they seem bloated and sort of unusable.
> github's interface is totally unusable, the dynamic loading of the
> directory contents sucks and the overall usage of their repo browser is
> awful, IMHO.
> Similar for gitorious though it's not as bad as github.
> Ok, this was only about the git web interface of the hosing services
> but still.
> I really don't like github and gitorious. Also, as I said I'm not that
> familiar with GIT but I don't see why features like forking or such
> should be done by a hosting service, aren't these all features of the
> VCS itself?
> Regards,
> Enrico
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