I've been using git for revision control for more and more things, recently. While, like anything else, it has downsides, it's actually pretty good for most of my purposes.
I have two major issues with git, at the moment:
However, it is a very nice thing for a great many other purposes, and I use it for almost all of my new code for which it's suited.
I've set up a git daemon on git.rodents-montreal.org (currently a CNAME pointing to sparkle, but it may move, hence the functional name). In my logs, I've seen reason to think at least a few people are trying to figure out what repos I have there. So I set up a cron job to regenerate a list of repos; the result is an FTPable file ftp.rodents-montreal.org:/mouse/git-repos which gets regenerated nightly. (Also available over HTTP, like the rest of my anonymous FTP area.) This is the major thing which prompted me to write this blah post; I'm under no illusion that you are all fascinated by this and will immediately rush to clone them all, but I expect there are at least a few of you who will be interested in at least a few of them.
As the git-repos file says, in general, I'll be happy to correspond about any of them.