I was talking to my mentor the other day about having committing code because, let’s face it, FreeBSD has some of the world’s greatest coders writing for it. And I’m terrified and nervous. Because I write crappy code, I know I write crappy code, I’m comfortable writing crappy code, because I never distribute my crappy code.
This last part changed with GSOC. I have to have people able to read my code, I have to distribute the code, all that stuff. And the official SCM is Perforce, but I’m not a huge fan so far. I much prefer git.
So this is the git URL for the code:
It’s called shinybsd; feel free to track it. If you want to actually commit to the repo, let me know and I’ll help you get set up. Be aware that you’ll need an account on github.com
I’ll be syncing this back up semi-regularly with perforce, so no worries if that’s what you want to watch.