Distributed Source Control as a tool for Set-Based Design

I’m currently spending a fair amount of time on evaluating distributed version control systems (DVCS) such as git, bazaar and mercurial. Some things which were easy using a centralized version control system such as subversion or cvs seem more complicated, but I am now starting to find ways of using DVCS to do things which …

Continue reading ‘Distributed Source Control as a tool for Set-Based Design’ »

Some decent looking project hosting candidates at last

As you may recall from a previous post, I am looking for some decent project hosting both for my open source software and for some business ideas. I want a single point of contact which offers as a minimum: version control, wiki, bug/ticket tracking, calendar and tasks/todo. Nice to haves include time-tracking, collaborative planning and …

Continue reading ‘Some decent looking project hosting candidates at last’ »

Searching for the perfect project hosting

I’m still searching for decent project hosting. I now have several projects on the go, and several others bumping around in my head, and the fuss and bother of tying together all the various bits of a distributed software project development is making my head hurt. All the bits I need are available separately, but …

Continue reading ‘Searching for the perfect project hosting’ »