What about the sadly underutilized LIS Stack Exchange site? I think it
would be great for organizing answers to the kind of questions that come up
here and making the responses findable later, plus a lot of us probably
already have accounts on Stack Overflow.
On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 9:15 AM, Jonathan Rochkind <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 12/4/2012 12:10 PM, MJ Ray wrote:
> Really? I hoped if I wanted to do serious hacking, I could clone it on
>> git.software.coop and send a pull request. If you use github *and
>> insist everyone else does* then you lose all the decentralised networked
>> collaboration benefits of git and it becomes a worse-and-better CVS.
> A "pull request" is a feature of github.com. There is no feature of
> git-the-software called "a pull request".
> Which of course doens't stop you from sending an email requesting a pull.
> A "pull", including from decentralized third party repos, is a feature of
> But yes, if you get used to the features of a particular free service, you
> get locked into that particular free service.
> This is certainly part of the overall cost/benefit of using free hosted