[erlang-questions] Erlang 3000?

damien morton dmorton@REDACTED
Wed Nov 19 21:27:02 CET 2008

On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 7:12 AM, Tim Fletcher <twoggle@REDACTED> wrote:
>> We need an infrastructure. The genius of the Wikipedia is that it is
>> an organisational form that allows a lot of people to contribute by
>> doing a little. Correcting a spelling mistake, asking a question,
>> replying to a question has enormous power when done by hundreds or
>> thousands of people.
> Agreed. I think using a distributed SCM such as git would be a good
> alternative to a web-based code review tool. The forking and pulling
> workflow supports code review as-is, albeit not explicitly (cf.
> http://shifteleven.com/articles/2008/05/17/code-reviews-inherit-in-git).
> Switching to an e-mail client, or some code review application is too
> much work, particularly for smaller contributions.

git is probably the most user unfriendly SCM tool I have come across.

Is the SVN/CVS plus web-based browsing and code review using google
code not acceptable?

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