Git migration - github vs code.gnucash.org
janssens-geert at telenet.be
Tue Nov 6 10:26:47 EST 2012
On 06-11-12 16:10, Derek Atkins wrote:
> Geert Janssens <janssens-geert at telenet.be> writes:
>> From what I see you and Christian have the most experience with
>> working in git. So I'm tempted to follow your advice. The above is
>> mostly my opinion, but clearly limited due to a lack of experience.
>> So for now, the proposal stands as:
>> - github -> master repo for non-committers, highly visible, easily forked
>> - code.gnucash.org -> canonical repo, only used by the core developers
>> (anyone with commit access to current svn)
>> - a sync will be set up to push each commit in code directly to github.
>> All other details so far as described in the previous mails in this thread.
> I am fine with this proposal.
> I'm debating whether we want to use individual accounts on code or move
> to something like gitolite that would allow for easier remote
> administration to the git repository(ies)?
I'd say the latter is preferable. Anyone have some real world experience
with gitolite ?
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