The reception was mostly poor. One guy, though, stands out for making a statement so naive as to be disingenuous.
For a Linux user, you can already build such a system yourself quite trivially by getting an
ftpaccount, mounting it locally with
curlftpfs, and then using
cvson the mounted filesystem. From Windows or Mac, this FTP account could be accessed through built-in software.
Seriously? Who the hell wants to do all that? That’s on par with
the people who say GHC compiler error messages aren’t confusing or that
man pages are easily readable. I can never tell if they’re being
sarcastic or just stupid.