http://blogs.wandisco.com/author/david/

"The problem we saw was that the Gitterons were firing (cheap) shots
at Subversion. Tweets like “Subversion is so [slow/crappy/restrictive/
doesn't smell good/looks at me in a funny way] and now I have GIT and
[everything works in my life/my wife got pregnant/I got a girlfriend
after 30 years of trying/I won six times running on the blackjack
table]. You get the picture.

So we decided to do something about it. We pointed out that shelving
would enable, if an organization chooses, working in a disconnected
mode. Oh boy did the Gitterons not like that. How dare we make
Subversion better?!"

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