Git migration - github vs code.gnucash.org
warlord at MIT.EDU
Mon Nov 12 09:43:14 EST 2012
David Goodenough <david.goodenough at linkchoose.co.uk> writes:
> Surely the point with Git is that it is multi-master. So you can have
> the master on code.gnucash.org and a clone on github. That way you have
> control over your master, and everyone else can find code where they expect
> it. You also have control over when it gets pushed from code.gnucash.org
> to github. The beauty is that if someone does some work from the github
> version it is easy to get it back onto the code.gnucash.org version.
> You can lock down the permissions on the code.gnucache.org version and
> thus keep it secure, and are saved the bandwidth of serving it to anyone
> who wants to clone it onto their own machine.
Um, yes, this is exactly what we are talking about, and is exactly what
I am proposing.
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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