On Sep 11, 2009, at 9:34 AM, Chris Withers wrote:

> Martijn Faassen wrote:
>> Christian Theune wrote:
>> [snip]
>>> Same here. We also ended up in many deadlock situations having to
>>> sacrifice chickens for SVN to resume operations. That's why we  
>>> started
>>> investigating alternatives which are better at branching and  
>>> merging.
>> Please keep up posted. We have a standing offer from Canonical to  
>> host
>> our stuff in bzr. The move of the Python core developers to  
>> mercurial is
>> also interesting.
> I've been impressed with TortoiseHg so far (after a few initial  
> hiccups)
> and it looks like they're aiming to be cross platform with it, which  
> is
> a pretty big draw, although the MacOS port isn't ready yet...
> How has TortoiseBzr progressed?

My understanding is that TortoiseBzr has largely withered on the vine  
in favor of a new effort: BzrExplorer, based on Qt, and running on  


That page has links to lots of information.  The very little  
information I have is based on those pages, so, for now, please look  
there for now rather than asking me anything.

Once Bzr 2.0 comes out (in less than a month AIUI), I'll at least send  
out a link to it and point out some changes made that specifically  
address concerns raised by Zope Foundation members when I raised  
Launchpad's/Canonical's offer before.  If there are any questions  
then, I'll be happy to try to get answers.

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