] monotone is a free, distributed version control system.
] it provides fully disconnected operation, manages
] complete tree versions, keeps its state in a local
] transactional database, supports overlapping branches and
] extensible metadata, exchanges work over plain network
] protocols, performs history-sensitive merging, and
] delegates trust functions to client-side RSA
v0.17 is out. In the aftermath of the BitKeeper stink that's going down with Linux, Linus is saying that Monotone is looking like the
most plausible alternative, at least for him, right now. Apparently it has some performance problems for Linux-size source trees.
My chief beef with it is that they roll their own crypto rather than using something off-the-shelf like OpenPGP or X.509 which IMHO is a Cardinal Sin.
monotone: distributed version control