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From Markus GeiƟ <>
Subject RE: It appears our infrastructure on-boarding is complete
Date Sun, 27 Dec 2015 05:56:05 GMT
Hey all,

hope this finds you well. : o)

Once we've settled on the GitHub process and branching model, we can use some entries from
our current wiki to kick start the new Apache Fineract wiki.

Our current process can be found here:

I think the pages, Getting started, How to contribute, and Build Instruction could be a nice
blue print.



.::YAGNI likes a DRY KISS::.

> Date: Sat, 26 Dec 2015 16:58:59 -0800
> Subject: It appears our infrastructure on-boarding is complete
> From:
> To:
> Hi!
> with wiki and GH integration completed I believe
> that our infrastructure on-boarding is complete. If
> you think otherwise, please update the master ticket:
> Now, speaking of GH integration, I wanted to take a
> moment an explain what kind of a workflow it enables.
> From now on, anybody can fork our ASF GitHub
> mirrors:
> and send us PRs following the normal GH fokflow.
> Those PRs will generate emails to our dev mailing
> list and one of you guys will have to prodive feedback
> or merge the code in by committing to the ASF Git
> repo. That last point is only difference between a classical
> GH workflow: there's no way to simply click a Merge
> button on GH -- you actually have to commit the change
> into the ASF Git.
> Speaking of which, when committing don't forget to
> include "Closes #xxx" (where xxx is the numeric ID
> of the PR) in your commit message. This is the easies
> way to tell GH to close the outstanding PR.
> To test-drive this new workflow I've created our first
> PR:
> As expected it generated an email to our dev@fineract.i.a.o
> mailing list and is now waiting for your feedback. Please
> don't let my contribution go to waste ;-)
> Finally, I'd really encourage you to document various
> ways of how folks can now contribute to Fineract on
> the wiki. For a good example take a look at:
> Thanks,
> Roman.
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