The friendly SCM neighborhood previous: Git and CodePlex next: I understand that naming matters, so... First, I really have to say that I had no control over this poster, it just came up and I had to put it here. Comments 06/16/2008 02:08 PM by Jimmy Bogard So in this neighborhood, is Visual SourceSafe the village idiot? 06/16/2008 02:12 PM by Ayende Rahien In this place, VSS can't enter because his key was corrupted. 06/16/2008 02:46 PM by Steven Harman Wait... where is POSVN (Plain Old SVN) in this picture? Is he the "I used to be the cool kid, date the head cheerleader, and be class president" who's popularity is now being challenged by the new, and somewhat mysterious, cool kid at school? 06/16/2008 02:50 PM by Stefan Wenig now i'm not an expert, but isn't this the equivalent to receiving digital TV for that football championship, only to view it on an old low-res-screen, but hear your neighbor scream at each goal 15 secs before you, for all that encoding and decoding that takes place? ;-) or can you actually consume the advantages of git that way? 06/16/2008 02:52 PM by Ayende Rahien Steven, He graduated and is now a stolid member of the community. I believe he has 2.4 kids and a white picket fence. 06/16/2008 02:53 PM by Ayende Rahien Stefan, Yes, you could. There is not quality loss here, and you could do with this anything that git-svn will let you, which is quite a lot 06/16/2008 02:58 PM by Stefan Wenig Well, I guess if I want to know how it feels to use git with a centralized SCM repository like SVN or TFS, I'd just have to try it. But I keep hearing the tooling on Windows sucks big time. Anyway, that's probably just as true for SvnBridge as for native SVN, so, good work! 06/17/2008 04:50 AM by firefly This thing is cute, thanks Oren :) Comments have been closed on this topic.