W dniu 25.08.2016 o 14:58, Johannes Schindelin pisze:
> On Mon, 22 Aug 2016, Eric Wong wrote:
>> Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schinde...@gmx.de> wrote:
>>> I just want developers who are already familiar with Git, and come up with
>>> an improvement to Git itself, to be able to contribute it without having
>>> to pull out their hair in despair.
>> We want the same thing. I just want to go farther and get
>> people familiar with (federated|decentralized) tools instead of
>> proprietary and centralized ones.
> Why require users to get familiar with (federated|decentralized) tools
> *unless* they make things provably more convenient? So far, I only see
> that this would add to the hurdle, not improve things.
Arguably for some federated/decentralized tools are preferred
(for philosophical reasons), even if they do not achieve even feature
parity with centralized tools (c.f. FSF). Though Git is not there
to improve the world, just to be better...
On the other hand some may say that centralized tools (such as GitHub
and its pull requests) do not achieve feature parity with email based
workflow... though the basics are here.
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