Revision Control (also known as version control (system) (VCS), source control or (source) code management (SCM)) is the management of multiple revisions of the same unit of information. It is most commonly used in engineering and software development to manage ongoing development of digital documents like application source code, art resources such as blueprints or electronic models, and other critical information that may be worked on by a team of people. Changes to these documents are usually identified by incrementing an associated number or letter code, termed the “revision number”, “revision level”, or simply “revision” and associated historically with the person making the change. A simple form of revision control, for example, has the initial issue of a drawing assigned the revision number “1”. When the first change is made, the revision number is incremented to “2” and so on.
Some Version Control systems
I’ve only mentioned the most popular ones I’ve seen during my career, but I know there’s tons of commercial revision control systems that are supposed to be great, however, these ones do the job, are free, and lots of developers know how to use them.
My favorite one is subversion (having used CVS) in the past.
I personally say it should be legal. High Profile prostitues making $5000 a night could be taxed and the money could be put to use on sex education, hospitals, schools, and what not.
Plus, being illegal isn’t even stopping governors and people of all walks of life from doing it.
If anything, mass-marketed prostitution, well regulated and what not, would be an awesome service to all those geek teenagers that can’t get laid, they’d just go and get their fix, instead of going crazy, taking stupid drugs, and doing mass shootings in their university… that’s why you don’t hear those kind of news in latin american countries, people get laid all the time, no need to go to the shrink, just have sex, best therapy in the world.
Maybe you’d regulate it by having a license to use a prostitute, you’d only be able to go after passing a medical exam, and being a certain age. You could only go to the prostitute after being tested every month or so. Prostitutes could follow a set of rules, like using condoms, and checking their customer’s licenses and latest exams. There would be so much money around this industry if it was legal. Girls could even go to school to learn everything related to it, from history, to managing their business, or managing people. No more pimps or danger around the whole thing. As they say, it’s the oldest profession known to man, and pretty much every woman gets laid for money in a way or another.
Besides… pornography is legal and its technically the same thing but on camera.