paulsobczak wrote:This would be great. Some of us were thinking of starting a git repository for Twin Cities Maker, this would be awesome to have there once it's done as it might be useful to others.
*note: I actually haven't had direct access with git so I might have it a bit off but I think I have the idea right social coding right?
I've been using Mercurial (Hg) for personal projects and have found it to be quite easy and streamlined. I think it's good for small to medium sized projects -- and I feel the tool is easier to get up and running with than git (fewer options/"do one thing well"). Might just want to compare it to git. (Nothing wrong with Git; git is great -- just my opinion that it's more "advanced" in ways to do things; Distributed Version Control Systems(DVCS) are superior in my mind for this type of group)paulsobczak wrote:I have an upcoming project that I am thinking about using Github for I hope it works out.
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