+<item id="version_control" h="Not Using Version Control">
+For everything except for short throwaway scripts, or otherwise incredibly
+short programs, there is no good excuse, not to use a version control system
+(a.k.a: "revision control systems", "source control systems", or more in
+general as part of "software configuration management"). This is especially
+true nowadays given the availability of several powerful, easy to use,
+open-source (and as a result free-of-charge), and cross-platform, version
+control systems, that you should have not a lot of problems to deploy, learn
+For more information and the motivation behind using version control systems,
+relevant section out of the fifth part of “Perl for Perl Newbies”</a>
+for more discussion about the motivation behind that, some links and a
+Some links for further discussion:
+<a href="http://better-scm.shlomifish.org/">The Better SCM Site</a>
+<a href="http://producingoss.com/en/vc-systems.html">The Free Version Control
+Systems Appendix of <i>Producing Open Source Software</i></a>.
+of revision control software</a>.
+Must Hate Version Control Systems”</a> - a discussion on Dave Cross’ blog
+about best practices in the software development industry.