On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 02:46:42PM -0700, my.sevenf...@gmail.com wrote:

> - local server, running on windows (perhaps gitblit?) - or do we
>   even need a server? or could we exchange/merge/fork/etc our
>   repositories "directly"?

I suggest you do put it on a server, but AFAIU you don't need anything
fancy.  Using a bare repo on a Windows share sounds like a good first
step.  Migrating to something more serious in the future is only a
`git push` away :)

> - some kind of control/review mechanism, because some developers are 
>   inexperienced (perhaps Gerrit?)

I'd suggest waiting with this and instead first see if you can
introduce peer reviews in the process without a tool.  Start with
individual dev branches to make reviews easy to do.


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