On Wed, 21 May 2014 07:14:34 -0500,
DRC wrote:

> Not that I care tremendously deeply about it, since I'm no longer an active 
> developer, but given that I actively maintain three projects on SF, I'm 
> curious to hear what doesn't work well with it, from your POV. Works fine for 
> me, although the ads are annoying.

My biggest current gripe is that it's annoyingly slow far too often.
But the move is not just about avoiding the bad, it's a lot about
getting improvements. Github's (and to a large extent git's) way of
working is a lot more friendly to casual contributors. Sourceforge has
tried to copy some of this by also having forking and pull requests.
But the system is buggy and unreliable. And I can't say I'm surprised
given sourceforge's track record...

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A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?

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