I’m getting round to something I’ve been putting off for ages and looking at using GIT to help manage vvvv projects.
The main need I have is efficient archive and versioning. Ease of collaboration would also be useful, though I understand the current issues with diffing given the current xml structure of a v4p file.
This solution will be used in a smallish company setting, and there will probably be only 3 regular vvvv users usimg the system, with occasional integration needed by external contractors. There will be a fairly high turnover of projects, some small and short lived, and others ongoing. There will be a lot of sharing of elements between projects, and the need for different versions of projects, for different events etc.
Can anyone suggest a good solution for this? I assume GIT is the way to go but don’t know whether github or something like http://www.redmine.org/ would be a better idea. I’m still new to the world of git and versioning in general.