> On Sep 16, 2016, at 7:46 PM, Zenaan Harkness <z...@freedbms.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 02:56:11PM -0400, John Newman wrote:
>> At least you can easily build your entire user land and kernel (and
>> ports) on FreeBSD. It's very straight forward compared to Linux
>> distros (Gentoo/arch some what excluded I guess). I suppose this
>> isn't much consolation if you're worried about the upstream svn repo
> Git has built in svn support these days anyway - to claim svn is vital
> due to some workflow, is as grarpamp stated, total baloney.
> Attachment to svn is the grumpy old man yellin "get orf mah lawn" and
> the kid using git points to his hover board that he's standing on and
> smirks while saying "I'm not ON your lawn old man, I's floatin" then
> grabs his ball off the grass and zooms off over the hedge.
> Can understand that some folks don't want to break a trail on the
> bleeding edge, but git ain't a makerspace quad copter test bed any more,
> it's a highly polished retail product with zoom stripes on the side.
> 11 years - a long time for continually developed software..
I agree - but try telling that to the FreeBSD folks :P