Github and Distributed Coding

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Because I was a little frustrated, I cut a few too many corners in my reasoning. Always calm down before posting.

Github indeed isn't dying, far from it. I added a more reasoned argumentation towards the bottom of the article (clearly stating that it is an update), I hope this gets my point across in a better way.

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Because I was a little frustrated, I cut a few too many corners in my reasoning. Always calm down before posting.Github indeed isn’t dying, far from it. I added a more reasoned argumentation towards the bottom of the article (clearly stating that it is an update), I hope this gets my point across in a better way.No worries. I’m not sure why webmentions aren’t showing up on the site, but I’ll quote you here until I’ve got that sorted.You’re absolutely right about leaving Github. It’s a corporate quagmire waiting to happen. So far they’ve been able to deftly avoid the ire of the development community, but I see many of the larger repos are just mirrors (likely for discoverability, etc).
Because I was a little frustrated, I cut a few too many corners in my reasoning. Always calm down before posting.Github indeed isn’t dying, far from it. I added a more reasoned argumentation towards the bottom of the article (clearly stating that it is an update), I hope this gets my point across in a better way.No worries. I’m not sure why webmentions aren’t showing up on the site, but I’ll quote you here until I’ve got that sorted.You’re absolutely right about leaving Github. It…

Commented by Nathan on 2020-06-29 at 14:18:09 UTC