"Nikos Kouremenos" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> no svn is more than fine. centralization is good for managing
> software such as Gajim. Gajim is not Mozilla nor Apache

I *STRONGLY* disagree. Ever tried to work with SVN when you're in a
train with your laptop, without any WLAN? You're screwed then. With
mercurial, no problem at all. Just commit offline and push (and merge,
if needed) when you come online again, no problem at all. With svn, you
can't work offline. So, centralized VCS are *BAD*, *BAD* and *BAD*!


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