Adam Williamson wrote:
And you can, of course, just mail patches to mailing lists.
git was designed for in the first place, and it appears to work
perfectly well for kernel and anaconda devs...
Or simply attach them to an issue in the issue tracker, which works with
practically ANY issue tracker other than GitHub's (which is hardcoded to
allow only images (pictures) to be attached in an attempt to force the pull
request process down people's throats).
has anyone yet publicly noted the irony of someone building a wildly
successful proprietary SCM platform on top of a project that was written
to rescue the kernel from a proprietary SCM platform, btw? :P
This shows that people have not learned ANYTHING from the ButtKeeper fiasco.
I can understand that individuals cannot afford hosting their own git
server, but I don't see why:
1. they don't use the AGPLed Gitorious nor
2. why large projects with their own infrastructure rely on such third-party
services, sometimes ignoring existing infrastructure such as Fedora Hosted
that works perfectly fine.