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Converting Subversion repositories to Git

http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com

There are a number of version control systems available. Originally there was RCS, which was suitable for individuals, but not really suitable for groups of people. It evolved into CVS, which worked pretty well for years, and then Subversion came along, making a better CVS than CVS itself.

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to an Ioke Dev Env From Source (part 3: emacs-starter-kit)

http://martin.elwin.com

"...The emacs-starter-kit is a set of base configuration for Emacs. It contains a bnumber of useful elisp libraries, with a slight focus on dynamic languages. To install it, perform the following steps..."

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to an Ioke Dev Env From Source (part 2: Emacs)

http://martin.elwin.com

"...In this post we will install GNU Emacs from source and also get a basic configuration set up using the emacs-starter-kit..."

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The Tridgell Effect

http://www.fredtrotter.com

"...The Tridgell effect is what happens in the development community as the result of developers who are motivated by primarily by freedom. It might be summarized by the phrase: ..."

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Why Mac users should switch to GNU/Linux, and Why Emacs and Free Software could help

http://mclovindoesruby.wordpress.com

"...Daniel Fischer’s blog post did quite a bit to pique my curiosity and upon return from my holiday, I bought and watched the awesome Emacs peepcode as well. I’ve been trying to use Emacs continuously for the last couple of days (including at work) and even though I am still stumbling my way a little through the darkness, I am awed by how much power it has..."

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The Perl Foundation moves Perl 5 to Git

http://www.ciol.com

The Perl Foundation has migrated Perl 5 to the Git version control system, making it easier than ever for Perl's development team to continue to improve the language that powers many websites.

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New Year’s Resolutions: Hacker Style

http://bytebaker.com

"It’s that time of the year again, when you take a look at your life, decide what parts of it suck and then make a proclamation of change. Sure most resolutions don’t work out and resolutions probably aren’t the best way to make a lasting change in your life anyway. But even you don’t stick to your resolutions, they at least make you think about the things that need improving.

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Magit

http://psung.blogspot.com

"Magit is a spectacular Emacs add-on for interacting with git. Magit was designed with git in mind (unlike VC mode, which is a more generic utility), so git commands map quite straightforwardly onto Magit commands..."

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Free Software: Perl 5 source repository now hosted in git

http://perlbuzz.com

"Perl 5's source code is no longer locked into the odious proprietary Perforce repository where it's been hosted for years. It's now hosted in the git distributed version control system. This is a huge win..."

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githubredir.debian.net - Delivering .tar.gz from Github tags

http://gwolf.org

"There is quite a bit of software whose upstream authors decide that, as they are already using Git for development, the main distribution channel should be GitHub - This allows, yes, for quite a bit of flexibility, which many authors have taken advantage of. So, I just registered and set up http://githubredir.debian.net/ to make it easier for packagers to take advantage of it..."

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gittorrent: Peer-to-peer Protocol for Synchronizing of Git Repositories

http://code.google.com

"The GitTorrent Protocol (GTP) is a protocol for collaborative git repository distribution across the Internet [...] it is a first step towards applying decentralizing Peer to Peer concepts to Git.

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GitTorrent, The Movie

http://advogato.org

"The GitTorrent Protocol (GTP) is a protocol for collaborative git repository distribution across the Internet.

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Managing Websites with Git

http://jblevins.org

"Let’s say you have a local Git repository on your workstation
containing the source for a statically-generated website. You also
have the origin repository stored on a server somewhere that also
serves the website. The goal is to be able to edit files on the
workstation and have the website update automatically once changes are
pushed to the server..."

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GPLv3/AGPLv3 Adoption: If It Happened Too Fast, I'd Be Worried

http://www.softwarefreedom.org

"Since the release of GPLv3, technology pundits have been opining about how adoption is unlikely, usually citing Linux's still-GPLv2 status as (often their only) example. Even though I'm a pro-GPLv3 (and, specifically, pro-AGPLv3) advocate, I have never been troubled by slow adoption, as long as it remained on a linear upswing from release day onward (which it has)..."

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Created by can.axis 5 years 41 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 41 weeks ago
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a kind of magic

http://djcbflux.blogspot.com

"Today just a short tip: if you are using emacs and git, I can recommend magit. Magit is a git-mode for emacs, which makes using git convenient and easy to use..."

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