❦ 22 janvier 2020 11:11 -05, Christopher Wellons <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> In my article I was specifically highlighting the case where you> *don't* check them into source control, just distribute them in your a> release tarball, so it has none of the downsides except making the> "standalone" release tarball bigger. Future archivists would probably> love to find these kinds of releases.
I have missed this point. This seems a very good compromise. But
tarballs are becoming extinct.
BTW, I love the idea of using a public-inbox for comments. If I was
still using Disqus, I would have adopted this system as well! This is
much more convenient than any web-based comment system. I hope you'll do
a blog post in a few months to tell us if you got more or less comments
with this system.
> BTW, I love the idea of using a public-inbox for comments.
Glad to hear it! I liked what I saw with Drew DeVault's public inbox and
wanted one for myself. All these years I had essentially been treating
Disqus as a mailing list, replying to all comments by email, but I was
constantly frustrated that I couldn't do quoting, and at how it would
mangle my responses if they were anything more complex than prose.