Last two blog posts were about using Git and git-flow with DDE. I use command line as main working interface when interacting with Git repositories. I am used to it, I am more productive this way.
But If you're not used to use CLI, there is GitHub for Windows available for you. Go try it!
And if Git doesn't sound familiar to you, try it in your browser, without the need to install anything.
Until we are stuck with Eclipse 3.4 under Domino Designer, using some Eclipse plugins is limited to older versions of them. But we have Nathan T. Freeman on our side (of the Force), so at least for Git plugin (EGit/JGit project) this is not true. Go grab new release of updated Git support to OpenNTF.org. Now!
We have been using Trac for couple of years and until recently it suited our needs just fine.
But with move to Git version control system I started to look for something else. Although Trac supports Git: there is a plugin for it, but I have failed to install it when I tried that year or so ago. It needed different Python version than we had on our development server. According to Trac website the plugin is working ok, so there is no need to abandon Trac if you are happy with it.
As Git becomes available as a VCS for Domino Designer (thanks to Nathan T. Freeman for contributing EGit plugin compatible with it), I can start using the same workflow for developing/releasing/hotfixing as I use with Java and Drupal development.
I'm pretty comfortable with gitflow way of doing these tasks, based on this branching model. And there is also git-flow-completion - a perfect companion for it.