On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 15:40, Alexandre Garel <alex.ga...@tarentis.com> wrote:
> I'm a bit amazed by this argumentation. I think one important thing is that
> subversion is centralized while dvcs are not.

And I think it's very unimportant.

> With dvcs everyone got full history of zope libs. I personally find it a big
> pro for a free software.

You get that with svn too.

> More over with dvcs someone may fork a product on his side (a branch of his
> own, not on a zope server) and make it evolve, still having ability to merge
> updates (and auto merge in dvcs are superior to the one found in
> subversion).

You can do that with svn too. The merging of it is easier with
something like github or gitorious, but git in itself doesn't really

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