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Re: Mercurial vs. git

From: Arne Babenhauserheide
Subject: Re: Mercurial vs. git
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 08:44:13 +0200
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Am Mittwoch, 16. September 2009 17:59:09 schrieb Sergiu Ivanov:
> Indeed, having the wiki in git is considerably more comfortable (and
> faster, BTW) then doing web commits.  Also, it helps keep things in
> order :-)


And it's also nice being able to work out something at home and always know 
that the progress is saved. I often do a few local commits before I push. 

And especially with branches I'm not shy to just put up a skelleton or draft 
and fill in the details later. People who want to know what I currently do can 
checkout the branch (or look at the commit messages). I just have to keep in 
mind to merge it as soon as it's ready to be checked by others, not only when 
it's ready for public consumption - the wiki still is a staging area for the 
main site, so we don't need to polish stuff before it gets there. We just need 
to be ready to polish it (and keep some time free for it). 

With the front page and a few others I perceive as entry-points I'm a bit more 
careful, though. 

Best wishes, 

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