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Cogs can think.

I'm a mere, tiny, insignificant cog in a whole clockwork of stupidity.
The little cog that wanted to break free, I am.

SkyOS community sucks

Arghh it happened again. Crap-ass bitches in the SkyOS community. Screw this.

Update: And to make things even crappier, Robert just asked whether anyone has experience with setting up a CVS server! What the fuck! He first basically tells Andrew to fcuk off (Andrew was setting up one for SkyOS, but needed the code from Robert and Chris), because it wouldn't be useful, it wouldn't make a difference and what not. And now, he wants to set one up himself! How weird is that!

Update II: Robert just asked why I came to the conclusion that this CVS server he is talking about will be open to the public. Well Robert, erm what good is a CVS server when only you and Chris can access it ;).
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11:22 PM, by Anonymous Anonymous

>what good is a CVS server when only you and Chris can access it

A version control server is *very* useful even if there is only a SINGLE person with access to it. Version control is not about sharing the code through anonymous/registered users, it's about securing the versioning of your software so you can rollback if you screw up. The multi-user thing is an added bonus, not the main reason why someone would want a version control system installed.

Eugenia    



4:42 PM, by Blogger Thom Holwerda

Yes, I fell into the open-source trap there. Without thinking I assumed the CVS server was supposed to handle the OSS apps/parts of SkyOS-- something Robert disapproved of only a few weeks ago. However, I jumped to conclusions a bit too soon.

Robert will be using the CVS server to maintain the SkyOS Dev. Studio. I already apologized for my rather unfriendly response there.

But, yeah, after thinking it over it's quite true what you said. It simply didn't dawn on me at that point.    



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