On 01/07/11 11:29, Laurens Van Houtven wrote:
As some of you may already know (either through a backchannel or because you talked to me at Europython), there has been some talk about moving Twisted way from Trac+SVN to somewhere that isn't Trac+SVN.
A lot of the devs do like SVN. My guess is that that's mainly because they don't actually use SVN, they use Combinator, or something. On the
As per my other, longer email: for me, the current SVN/branch development model is hugely offputting for occasional contributions, and I suspect for people who want to submit 10-100 line changes.
For the love of god, pick a DVCS so that contributors can develop in local branches, and pick a DVCS with a good central "pull request" and patch review system/engine/site/app/whatever.
I like github and loathe Launchpad personally but really - pick anything. Just not SVN. And not Trac.