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Re: [vox] Revision Control roundtable talk in March (tentative) -Want to participate?
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Re: [vox] Revision Control roundtable talk in March (tentative) -Want to participate?

Bill Kendrick wrote:
> The other day Bill Alexander from LUGOD was talking to me about
> revision control systems, and the various ways he's been using them.
> From my point of view, discussions about revision / version / source code
> control software often seems like: "you should use [the latest], it's better
> than [the one I'm not even using yet, which everyone was telling me to use
> last week]". :)
> Considering that one size doesn't necessarily fit all, I thought it'd be
> fun to learn how people are using software (esp. in ways other than
> as a repository for their source code).  Bill offered to talk about how
> he uses RCS, CVS, etc., and suggested doing a round-table.
> Right now I've got it tentatively penciled in for our March 15th meeting,
> and was wondering who else out here would like to talk about the subject?
> Thanks!
I'll help if I'm available to participate. My focus would be on Central
vs. DVCS and teaching version control to people who have never used it
and aren't necessarily programmers or from a CS background.

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