> 2, Check in small chunks of code and changes frequently, rather than > doing a lot of coding on your local machine and then trying to check > it all in at once. This is also not a universally accepted way of > doing things. For instance, on the bioperl project the way things work > is that people work on big sections on their local machine for a long > time and then try to merge it with the code in cvs. I think this way > is a pain, and checking in frequently helps us to find bugs in each > others code before they get too far. > We all run Unixxes, so maybe we could setup a cron\at scheme so that we all commit our code dayly, and check it out after all commit are finished?