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Mozilla is hosting the next global +Mercurial sprint in San Francisco. It will take place on Friday March 18, 2016 to Sunday March 20.

I've been to several Mercurial sprints and they're always a lot of fun :-) It's a great way to meet other users and to get to know the core developers!
Subscribe to this page so you don't miss updates! 1. Date and location. The sprint will take place Friday March 18, 2016 to Sunday March 20 at Mozilla's San Francisco office. 2 Harrison St. San Francisco, CA 94105. The entrance is under a big Mozilla sign along Embarcadero Blvd facing the water ...
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+Mercurial 3.5 was released last week with lots of new features, including the bundle2 wire protocol being enabled, the progress extension being made a core feature, and faster hg status. Read all about them in the excellent blog post by +Gregory Szorc. #mercurial #hg #dvcs  
Mercurial 3.5 was released today (following Mercurial's time-based schedule of releasing a new version every 3 months). There were roughly 1000 commits between 3.4 and 3.5, making this a busy version. Although, 1000 commits per release has become the new norm, as development on Mercurial has ...
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We had a blast at the 3.2 Sprint in Munich
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+mercurial Sorry, but I don't understand what you are talking about. Have you made a company called "mercurial"? Or are you creating a new company named "mercurial"?

In any case, you should not be using the Mercurial logo. The copyright for the logo belongs to Matt Mackall: https://www.selenic.com/hg-logo/.

I found this page: http://mercurial-1.blogspot.co.uk/. I think that contain stuff taken from various Mercurial pages. If that is your page, you should remove the things copied from other places.

If you want to help the Mercurial project (the project making a version control system), then join the mailinglist and ask how you can help out.
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+Augie Fackler shares his ideas about manifest sharding with Matt at the +Mercurial 3.2 sprint.
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Is there a writeup/RFC of manifest sharding somewhere?
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Kallithea 0.1 has been released. The project has seen a lot of development since it was announced and this first release includes many bug fixes and improvements. #dvcs #hosting  
Kallithea 0.1. Mads Kiilerich mads at kiilerich.com. Fri Aug 22 06:46:02 EDT 2014. Previous message: Mailman and Google Groups (was Re: Code review and coverage marks); Next message: Kallithea 0.1; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] ...
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Helpful guide for people coming from Git to Mercurial.
I do stuff on the interweb. Sometimes it even works.
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Are you using Vim with Mercurial? Then take a look at the Lawrencium Mercurial wrapper by +Ludovic Chabant! 
Lawrencium: a Mercurial wrapper for Vim
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prepare Mercurial As a first step, you should teach your Mercurial name. So you open the file ~ / .hgrc (or Mercurial.ini in your home directory for Windows) with a text editor and add the ui section (user interaction) with your user name: if You are systems that project members checked or validated changes in the source code, or by using command-line tools to upload files to the project of the "Downloads" tab. Password "Downloads" code : RdmUyqBBpJyo3SQYBRHDidBe
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I’d like to introduce the remotenames extension I’ve been working on. It is derived from Augie Fackler’s remotebranches extension. This extension keeps track of remote branches and remote bookmarks. Built on top of the namespaces API in Mercurial, it requires version 3.3 or above.
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Just checking out.
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But maybe not having much in the way of drinks..
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Matt kicks off the +Mercurial 3.2 sprint with a list of ideas for discussion.
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Facebook just open sourced a new extension for +Mercurial called hgsql. It allows you to do horizontal scaling of your Mercurial servers horizontally to better distribute the load.

It has always been easy to create read-replicas with Mercurial (or any other DVCS) since you can just setup some servers with mirrors of your main repository. To avoid multiple heads, though, writes would still have to go to a single master server. With the hgsql extension, you can now have multiple such masters. They synchronize using a MySQL database, which (assuming I understood the architecture correct) then becomes the central point of failure. I guess that is still an advantage since reads are handled by the Mercurial servers and there are standard techniques (such as replication) to avoid relying on the availability of a single MySQL server.
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Mercurial (Hg) is an open source distributed version control system. It is fast and user-friendly and is used by projects of all sizes, such as OpenOfficeMozilla, and the Python language.

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