On Sunday 25 February 2007 01:11, Tom Lane wrote:
> "Joshua D. Drake" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Lastly, who really cares? Does it really matter? No. I would much rather
> > Warren (if he has the skills) put some effort into Patch Review.
> That's pretty much the bottom line.  CVS is not so broken that it's a
> problem for us today.  I have no doubt that it could be a problem if we
> had different usage patterns, but we don't.  

It's worth keeping in mind that one of the primary reasons we don't have a 
different usage pattern is because CVS makes such a thing painful.  Given how 
much of development is done now, I have a feeling that the community might 
well adopt a distributed development model and strongly benefit from it given 
a tool that makes it manageable, but CVS will certainly never give us that. 

> We have the opportunity to 
> wait and see what will emerge in the SCMS competition, and IMHO that's
> what we should do.  There are many more-pressing things for us to spend
> time on right now than an SCMS conversion.

100% Agreed. 

Robert Treat
Build A Brighter LAMP :: Linux Apache {middleware} PostgreSQL

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