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Old 6th May 2011, 23:08
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Default New developer concern - why a not Git


I'm starting my adventure with ISPConfig 3 right now Because I need something which isn't currently supported (php-fpm and nginx) I'm starting from point of future contributor of this project. But my first thing was: "Who the hell use Subversion today?". I thought: "Fine. I'll make my own for on github, I will write few additional modules. Then I will send my "push request" to community and after review my patches will be contributed." but .... wait! this is Subversion :|

Is there any reason why ISPConfig3 are on Subversion? There are so many advantages from using Git I can't imagine why someone still use Subversion.

Please - answer me because this blow my mind forever. I just can't live with this
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