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Mon Oct 17 16:37:27 EDT 2011
Totally agree. Github makes it a lot easier to contribute to open source
On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 4:08 AM, Carlos Aguayo <carlos.aguayo at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Has it been considered moving the AntiSamy project from its current
> location (google code) to a git based site (like github.com). Git is
> the ideal tool for open source projects. At the company where I work,
> we switched out entire code repository from subversion to git and it's
> one of the best things that we could have ever made. Having used git
> for at least 6 months opened my eyes to how source control should
> Moving AntiSamy to git would be highly beneficial because it would
> make it easier for folks to fork the project, make enhancements to it
> and then the owners of the project could freely decide if the changes
> are worth to pull back into the main branch.
> What do you guys think?
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