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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] BK->CVS (real time mirror)
> > Oh of course you won't trust Larry and maybe he's trying to screw you with 
> > that 10% by carefully crafting essential details in there so you'll end up
> > being forced into buying a BK license otherwise you won't be able to make
> > any sense of what happened in the source tree, or even make it compile!
> > Isn't it pure paranoia?
> >
>
> What part of the structure of the BK repo don't you understand? Didn'y
> you pay attention to what Larry said? The tree looks like branches that
> always return to the trunk. To put this into CVS, he had to choose a
> line of those branches that contained the _most_ changesets (which
> doesn't always equate to the most important, or largest deltas). There
> are some changesets on the side that are not included here. Are all of
> those changesets empty merges? No.

s/changeset/metadata/ to clarify my point, which is of no use now.

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