I've heard a lot of praise for Git, so I decided to give it a try. From what I've seen I can tell it's an amazing tool really worth looking into.
Even though the initial idea of distributed SCM may seem weird, once someone explains it to you properly things sink in and you start to think about it properly. I always though SVN will save us from the wrath of CVS (and it did, partially), but it turns out there is something better - Git.
Even if it was, what would be my benefits? Would my productivity increase due to peer pressure (note that I see that option as positive)? Would people branch and contribute? Could I even manage the workflow or would I destroy my repository within minutes? Ah, questions..
It seems kind of scary for me now. My current working copy of Neutrino is in such a messy state it would probably destroy The Internets. Do I want that kind of negative publicity?
There is much to consider, and no time to do it properly. If you have a piece of advice for me, leave a comment or send me an email, I'd appreciate it.