I'm sorry you feel this way. No-one was very happy switching to git, but we
did not have much of a choice -- svn.wikimedia.org
would go down, no matter
what. Of all the alternatives, switching to git/gerrit was the most
reasonable one. Overall, I'm unhappy with the migration, as this was
frustrating for developers and users alike, but I am also happy with some
things - we have seen an influx of new developers, especially during the
Google Code-In, and we now have a very nice integration between the bug
tracker. I'm also really happy with the pre-commit code review, which (I
think) improves pywikibot overall.
I aggree with Merlin. I was very unhappy with git, was frustrated, angry and hated that
damned shit git and finally was going to give up developing furthermore. Then I found some
ways to use git/gerrit system on my windows (which is a mix of tortoisegit and git bash)
and it is ok for me now. And I do not want to miss these advantages of new developers, a
better code review before committing it and at least it is much more easy to merge
submitted patches compared with the old patch tracker system.