[Openmcl-devel] How about Git?

Netroby hufeng1987 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 29 19:37:51 PST 2015

What's the most important things of the future? Human resources. The
next generation young developers never look back. they will begin
learn coding from git, read and follow code from github. If our old
guys can not coding anymore . who help us going forward.
We will be old. But our mind possible to change, follow the young's
mind, and go forward.
Appreciate your time.

2015-11-30 11:12 GMT+08:00 mikel evins <mevins at me.com>:
>> On Nov 29, 2015, at 9:03 PM, Gary Byers <gb at clozure.com> wrote:
>> I don't use git often enough  to be familiar with it, and (largely as a result of that ignorance)
>> I find git to be slow and unpleasant to use ...
> One observation nobody’s made yet is that Github has become the de facto standard place to distribute open-source projects. That means there are some network effects—for example, everyone (for some fuzzy value of “everyone”) knows how to get a project from Github in a few seconds.
> There are about 6 million repos on Github. Github has about 3.5 million users. A search for “Common Lisp” on Github returns a little over 2700 repos.
> For what it’s worth. Doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a good idea to migrate, but presumably having the info is better than not having it.
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