London Law was mentioned on Slashdot late last year. Development had stalled after the 0.2.0 release back in February, as I was sinking my limited hobby programming hours into Wyrd. A couple of months ago I polished off a respectable 1.0 release of Wyrd, so I've recently been putting some time in on London Law
I've been using various iterations of GNU Arch for a couple of years now. tla was among the first free distributed version control systems, and Tom Lord's design had a lot of things going for it: history-sensitive merging, cheap branching, proper handling of renames, append-only repositories, full operation over dumb transports like http and sftp, etc. There's no question, it's
To be is to program.