Ten months ago, I started to look at other version control systems because I was fed up with the Subversion centralized model. It tested Git, Mercurial, Bazaar, etc.. Bazaar was the good choice because it allowed the dev teams to make branches easily in a decentralized environment, to push commits to the old subversion repository, to keep an easy syntax, etc...
Now there are few reasons to switch back to Git:
we want to checkout and test branches faster without managing dozens of repositories, we do not want to upload 500 ko of data for a 1 line commit, we want to push the generic Telemeta to GitHub. Sorry Bzr folks, I like your stuff, but Git is more appropriate now for this project.
Developers, please `update your skills <http://schacon.github.com/git/gittutorial.html>`_ :)
What you need to do with the new repository:
Get the lastest development version to try the lastest useful features
git clone http://vcs.parisson.com/git/telemeta.git
To get the CREM's branch:
git clone http://vcs.parisson.com/git/telemeta.git git checkout crem
You can also follow / fork the project on GitHub !
To get write access to the main repository (i.e. git+ssh://vcs.parisson.com/var/git/telemeta.git), please contact us by email.
NB : This is the good method to convert a Bzr repo.