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SubjectRe: Petition Against Official Endorsement of BitKeeper by Linux Maintainers
Andrew Morton wrote:
> I've said about, uh, three times now that I'm not losing anything.
>
> Problem? Well partly I just can't be assed to use the thing because
> I'm comfortable with my own scripts and all revision control systems
> just get in your face and suck. But also because I'm here to improve
> the body of public software, and at the end of the day, any support
> which I put into bitkeeper won't help there. (using == supporting).

FWIW, I've "gotten" your problem with BitKeeper for a while now...

..And I'm glad you're speaking out and holding the torch here. We need
dissenters to keep us BK users honest :)

[i.e. the same reason that, while I might not agree with RMS, I think
the Linux community and free software in general need him to be around.
We need activists willing to hold the hard line.]

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