This week, and starting from yesterday, is taking place OSCON (Open Source Conference) in Portland, Oregon. A very big amount of attendees is expected and from what I see this wonderful convention center will be able to handle all that people. The first two day are mainly dedicated to the tutorial sessions but on Wednesday the Expo Hall will open! I’ll be there to the QualiPSo and OW2 booths.
Yesterday, during lunch, I had an interesting conversation about Git (dvcs – distributed version control system) with some people that know much more than me (… and that’s easy) about it, so I felt free to make questions about usability and usage, if it’s convenient independently from the dimension of the project and/or the number of contributors, if it’s something only for geek or not … Now I have to take some time to complete my view and rearrange the idea on Git.
I think that the source code management system, whatever it is, is a fundamental component not only for code development but it also plays an important role on aspects related to the project management and quality monitoring.
Categories: OSS Discussions