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2016.07.05 12:57 "[Tiff] git version control", by
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2016.08.20 08:05 "Re: [Tiff] 32 bits per sample", by Roger Leigh
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2016.08.20 14:45 "Re: [Tiff] 32 bits per sample", by Bob Friesenhahn

2016.07.05 12:57 "[Tiff] git version control", by

Hi,

Revisiting this thread from December 2012 http://www.asmail.be/msg0054798531.html

Is migrating from CVS to git still on the cards? I'd be happy to volunteer to repeat the conversion for the current state of the CVS repository--I've done it for several projects and I'd be happy to dust off my skills and do this for libtiff as well.

To echo some of the sentiments in that thread, I think that a modern system like git would make the project much more accessible for others to contribute to. Speaking for myself, previously a heavy CVS user in the late '90s-mid 2000s, I've replaced CVS with git for nearly a decade now, and even I find it a struggle to use after using modern VCSes.

Regards,

Roger