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Issue #1, Section #1 (2 May 2005: Merging; Renames; Collisions; Alternatives; Cogito; And Speed)
Issue #1, Section #4 (2 May 2005: Consideration Of File Renames; First Mention Of 'Cogito' For Tool Name)
Issue #1, Section #8 (2 May 2005: Full 3G Kernel History Successfully Imported Into git)
Issue #1, Section #9 (2 May 2005: Darcs Attempts git Interface; Some git Goals; Prospect Of libgit)
Issue #1, Section #12 (2 May 2005: Storing File Permissions In git)
Issue #1, Section #23 (2 May 2005: New 'wit' Web Interface For git)
Issue #1, Section #24 (2 May 2005: git Optimization; Major Repository Structural Changes)
Issue #1, Section #27 (2 May 2005: wit Demo Site Created)
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 #32 (2 May 2005: Linus's Ideas For Tagging)
Issue #1, Section #34 (2 May 2005: New GIT_INDEX_FILE Environment Variable; Status Of show-diff)
Issue #1, Section #36 (2 May 2005: Optimized SHA1 Calculation For Git On PowerPC Systems)
Issue #1, Section #43 (2 May 2005: convert-cache Enhancements)
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 #55 (2 May 2005: git Header Parsing; Some Explanation Of Design Philosophy)
Issue #1, Section #60 (2 May 2005: gitweb On kernel.org; Sorting Commits)
Issue #1, Section #62 (2 May 2005: Intricacies Of Blob Parsing)
Issue #1, Section #64 (2 May 2005: Identifying And Diffing Against Tags)

 

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