Still breathing

Still around. At some point I really need to spend the time to write something worth posting here. Most of my notes end up in a private ticketing system with the goal of cleaning them up and posting publicly, but it’s not working out very well.

One thing I will be working on in the coming year is migrating many older/smaller projects over to GitHub. While SVN is still a very useful tool, GitHub is an amazing platform for collaborative development. I’ve been using it quite a bit in the last few months and I’ve come to really appreciate its usefulness. Where I once saw “forking” a project as harmful to a project, I’ve come to understand that Git doesn’t encourage a different model of thinking or coding, it just opens up some options that were not there before. The concern I had about developers taking the code, going off into a cave and not committing back is probably best handled by policy/development culture than it is by the version control system.