git migration

John (J5) Palmieri johnp at
Thu Sep 13 13:06:24 PDT 2007

This has worked fine for the bindings so I am happy with git.

On Thu, 2007-09-13 at 15:46 -0400, Havoc Pennington wrote:
> Hi,
> I had the impression I was the only one "against"[1] moving to git, so
> I told Ryan it was probably fine.
> If anyone is strongly against it then start a discussion about why,
> otherwise we'll give it a try.
> I'd rather avoid a "which revision control system is best" discussion;
> the issue here is whether git will introduce a real problem.  i.e.
> let's stipulate that the two choices are CVS or git. If git has fatal
> flaws for people who need to use dbus SCM then we'll just wait for the
> distributed SCM landscape to settle down and stick to CVS in the
> meantime.
> Havoc
> [1] my actual objection was that none of the lobbyists for git were
> really doing much libdbus/dbus-daemon coding, so I didn't see why I
> should have to learn git. Since Ryan says he will be doing signficant
> coding, and is doing the git migration work, I am willing to try it.
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