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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Truly decentralized/federated software develop

From: rysiek
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Truly decentralized/federated software development platforms?
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2015 11:55:53 +0100
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Dnia wtorek, 17 marca 2015 00:08:17 Rudolf pisze:
> You might be interested in checking out fossil scm:
> It's a distributed source control system, it includes bug tracking, wiki,
> web interface and some other features.

I know Fossil. Thing is, it's not exactly what I have in mind. ESR wrote a 
good article about this approach:

Problem with Fossil and similar distributed source-control-and-issue-trackers 
is that everybody gets their own version of issues and their states. This is 
unacceptable, as it hinders cooperation.

What I do have in mind is more like Twister, which I have already called upon: 
everybody can run their own daemon/instance *easily*, issues and other such 
project data are distributed via DHT so that everybody can *easily* get the 
latest status of all issues, etc.

Jessica's ActivityStreams approach is interesting for me as a stop-gap 
measure, just as federated social networks (The Federation: 
Diaspora/Friendica/Red/GNU Social;; BuddyCloud and others) are (IMVHO) 
just a stop-gap measure to server-less, truly decentralized social networks 
(again, like Twister). "Servers are passé", I'd say. ;)

Michał "rysiek" Woźniak

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