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Petr Baudis

Main Quotes Index

Issue #1, Section #1 (2 May 2005: Merging; Renames; Collisions; Alternatives; Cogito; And Speed)
Issue #1, Section #3 (2 May 2005: Patches For Cogito Coming In Fast And Furious)
Issue #1, Section #4 (2 May 2005: Consideration Of File Renames; First Mention Of 'Cogito' For Tool Name)
Issue #1, Section #7 (2 May 2005: Introduction Of 'git fork' To Cogito; Big UI Changes In The Works)
Issue #1, Section #8 (2 May 2005: Full 3G Kernel History Successfully Imported Into git)
Issue #1, Section #13 (2 May 2005: Doing Real Kernel Work; Status Of merge)
Issue #1, Section #15 (2 May 2005: monotone-viz Ported To git-viz)
Issue #1, Section #19 (2 May 2005: git-pasky (Cogito) 0.5 Released)
Issue #1, Section #21 (2 May 2005: New gitweb Web Interface For Linux 2.6 Development)
Issue #1, Section #29 (2 May 2005: Cogito (git-pasky) 0.6.2 Released; Command Names To Change; 'git log' To Pipe To 'less')
Issue #1, Section #34 (2 May 2005: New GIT_INDEX_FILE Environment Variable; Status Of show-diff)
Issue #1, Section #35 (2 May 2005: git-pasky (Cogito) 0.6.3 Released)
Issue #1, Section #38 (2 May 2005: Cogito Hosted On kernel.org)
Issue #1, Section #41 (2 May 2005: git-pasky 0.7 Released; Official Rename To Cogito Imminent)
Issue #1, Section #47 (2 May 2005: New 'Bit' Version Control System Based On git)
Issue #1, Section #48 (2 May 2005: Tag Object Implemented In git)
Issue #1, Section #51 (2 May 2005: Cogito 0.8 Released With New Name, Major UI Changes)
Issue #1, Section #59 (2 May 2005: Developers Wrestling With The Removal Of 'git fork')
Issue #1, Section #60 (2 May 2005: gitweb On kernel.org; Sorting Commits)

 

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