> And they still seem to think CVS is a good idea for version control, though they do try to offer Subversion as an alternative for the radical young kids.
The problem the BSD's have is they have the entire history for kernel+userland+X in one repo and the history. If they switched to a dvcs then every developer would have to have have a copy of the history which would take massive amounts of disk space.
Also converting 15 years+ of history is not straight forward.
NetBSD does have a git repo that shadows the main cvs modules: