Ian Bicking: the old part of his blog

Re: Distributed vs. Centralized Version Control

Distributed version control software is not incompatible with communal, centralized development. In practice, most projects that use distributed software still have one central repository that everyone syncs and submits to. They're not using the distributed software to split development off into isolated forks; they're using it precisely to allow work to be shared more easily without such hard boundaries between established developers and new contributors.

Comment on Distributed vs. Centralized Version Control
by Matt Brubeck

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# Chad Walstrom

Another agreement to this.

I find that distributed systems have many more features to the centralized ones and make it easy to set up a repository. I set all of the ones on my site with an rsync command. Also not everyone has access to public subversion repository. Or people don't want to use sourceforge or berilos.

# Julian Krause