It's ok to disagree and let's not go off topic. ;P
I like SVN because it pushes you to commit online. I don't like keep
branches for a long time either. I like all in one place. it works better
because of psycology reasons I think :)

On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 11:40 PM, Jonathan Schleifer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
wrote:

> "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*!
>
> --
> Jonathan
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