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|Comment:||Another bit of prose polishing in fossil-v-git|
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|User & Date:||wyoung 2019-07-14 11:37:07|
|12:11||Re-cast the "BSD vs GPL" section as "Accepting Contributions." In the end, that's what the difference in license amounts to. This makes the section longer, but the change includes a link to skip past the actual licensing discussion for those who don't want to read our attempt at an unbiased discussion of GPL vs BSD, since even if we've succeded, we won't always agree with the user's biases! (check-in: 75e93e35b1 user: wyoung tags: bsd-vs-gpl)|
|11:37||Another bit of prose polishing in fossil-v-git (check-in: fcdefd97a7 user: wyoung tags: bsd-vs-gpl)|
|11:28||Prose polishing in the "License" section of fossil-v-git (check-in: eebd713511 user: wyoung tags: bsd-vs-gpl)|
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127 127 development project: [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linus_Torvalds|Linus 128 128 Torvalds] designed Git to support development of 129 129 [https://www.kernel.org/|the Linux kernel], and 130 130 [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D._Richard_Hipp|D. Richard Hipp] designed 131 131 Fossil to support the development of [https://sqlite.org/|SQLite]. 132 132 SQLite is much more widely deployed than the Linux kernel, but for 133 133 Linux-based systems, the kernel is the more fundamental component. 134 -Although both projects must rank high on any objective list of "most 135 -important FOSS projects," the two projects are almost entirely unlike 134 +Both projects must rank high on any objective list of "most 135 +important FOSS projects," yet these two projects are almost entirely unlike 136 136 one another. 137 137 138 -In the following three sections, we will explain the key differences in 139 -Linux vs. SQLite which affected the designed-in low-friction usage path 140 -for the DVCSes created to support each one's development. 138 +In the following sections, we will explain how three key differences 139 +between Linux and SQLite dictated the design of each DVCS's low-friction 140 +usage path. 141 141 142 142 When deciding between these two DVCSes, you should ask yourself, "Is my 143 143 project more like Linux or more like SQLite?" 144 144 145 145 146 146 <h4 id="devorg">2.3.1 Development Organization</h4> 147 147