6
votes
3answers
233 views

How do distributed version-control systems deal with fragmentation?

Here is the scenario: X is the author of a software. X releases v1.0 on an open source license on Github and moves on. People interested in the software fork and improve the software. Now there are ...
10
votes
9answers
437 views

What's the best way for me to get started using version control in an opensource project?

It was suggested that I take my project open source due to its size and my lack of skills, so I checked out Google Code, and started making a project and now it's asking me if I want the project to ...
5
votes
2answers
213 views

How to effectively manage source control for project with both open and closed source?

I'm currently working on a project that has both an open-source "community edition" and a set of closed-source features for paying clients. One of the pain-points right now is figuring out how to ...
2
votes
1answer
104 views

Can I change the name of a project in codeplex before publishing?

I started a project repo on codeplex and haven't publicly published it yet. I realized that the name I gave to it is not appropriate and would like to change the name of the project before publicly ...
7
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3answers
664 views

mercurial or tfs for codeplex?

I've been working on a .NET personal project for a little while now and it's almost ready to go open source. I've decided (arbitrarily) to host it on codeplex. Codeplex offers TFS or mercurial. I'm ...