“Brent Simmons is still looking”:inessential.com/2009/03/0… for the perfect version control system:
"People talk about how wonderful are features like re-writing history — and I read that stuff and think, 'Wow, Git's really cool and powerful.' But then I know it could suck me in and take away time from _real_ work. It's _already_ more work — _for me_ — than when using Subversion."
I haven’t used Git much since Daniel and I discussed it on an early “Core Intuition”:www.coreint.org episode. Like Brent I just don’t see a big win for single-person projects, although it’s fascinating to watch how open source projects are using “Github”:github.com/.
I like what Brent did a few months ago with his blog redesign, how both inessential.com and ranchero.com complement each other. He also wrote “more about his publishing system”:inessential.com/2009/01/3… including a bit in passing about the tool I used to start my blog, Radio Userland.
I mention it because this blog is 7 years old today. Happy birthday to manton.org.
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