On Sunday, August 24, 2014 5:03:09 PM UTC+2, guru prasad wrote:
> Version control novice here. Read through git docs, watched videos on git. 
> One of the advantages being talked about is the ability to have entire 
> project repository on user workstation. In my company there is major effort 
> going on to make user workstation as thin clients where it has much less 
> software than it used to. So if we are already accessing stuff via 
> network(vpn), what advantage is having distributed version control. Also 
> our thin client images sometimes gets lost and they restore from last back 
> up if possible. I loose file on c drive all the time. Would that mean I 
> have to put git repository on network drive? So am nervous advocating use 
> of distributed VC where repositories end up on unstable workstations. 
> Please help me understand so I can turn my team git as well. Thanks

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