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Re: The /. article

From: Sean Russell <ser_at_germane-software.com>
Date: 2002-02-06 03:02:36 CET

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On Tuesday 05 February 2002 20:26, Tom Lord wrote:
> Sure. Please note that Sean got some facts about arch wrong.

I figured I would. But more important to me at this point is to nip the
misconceptions due to the /. side-effect that many people will get from
reading your comparison of SVN to Arch.

(I don't intend that to be a troll/flamebait; I don't know how else to phase
it. Pretend I'm saying it in a conversational, friendly tone of voice.)

> I find it bizzare that "uses a database" would be considered a
> universally negative point by Tom, for example.
> It's simpler to implement, administer, write other tools for, inspect,
> grok...


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