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Vistaus wrote:I know, I pulled in Raptor via Git. Even after asking on the Ubuntu forums, I still don't know how to update the Git-version of Raptor.
Vistaus wrote:1 How many times would it happen that the developers have no internet connection? And how is it even possible to commit something without internet? But it's a nice feature though.
Vistaus wrote:2 SVN also supports that, but a little bit different than Git.
Vistaus wrote:3 I don't think that is quite an advantage, because it doesn't take very much time to create an account on SVN imho. And also Git requires you to login sometimes, at least if you want a non-read-only copy of the branch.
Vistaus wrote:Thanks for the explanation Still one question though:
"[...] thus the barrier of people contributing to it can be lowered."
Wasn't the aspect of open source the fact that everybody can contribute to it? So now that's somewhat killed, because less people can contribute. Or do I misunderstand you?
Vistaus wrote:Ok, now I get it Well, then I hope I will understand how to work with Git when KMess and KDE moves to it...
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