The Web 2.0 Show – A podcast about the new web – Episode – Episode 45 – GitHub – Created by Josh Owens and Adam Stacoviak

I’m getting more and more interested in distributed version control, as exemplified by Git, Mercurial and Bazaar. I’m still intrigued by how well such approaches might fit with the other development tools that I use, but there’s certainly a lot of buzz around their advantages.

Recently I listened to a podcast from some American folks about GitHub, a new site offering a git-based hosting service for source code. Worth a listen if you can get past the massive overuse of the word “awesome”.

The Web 2.0 Show – A podcast about the new web – Episode – Episode 45 – GitHub – Created by Josh Owens and Adam Stacoviak

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  1. I’m thinking git might be good. You know, there are a lot of constraints with CVS, a lot of control freakery is needed to keep the show on the road with that system. I don’t see why is has to be so hard; I mean, it’s just a simple tree of files that changes a bit over time. It shouldn’t be such a big deal, should it?

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