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From jude <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Branching Strategy and SCM
Date Tue, 14 Aug 2012 11:56:35 GMT
As Omar said, it will be *more* productive for us to use Git going forward.
The workflow model is already setup<>.

The disadvantage, which is small, is that those that don't know it will
have to learn it (maybe a week or two)? Yes we can!

On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 10:14 PM, Omar Gonzalez

> * I think we as a community need to figure out how to work together in
> > a more centralized environment before we get too decentralized. I
> > worry that the desire to move to git is in many ways a desire to "get
> > around" the problem of not being able to define a branching strategy
> > by adopting one in which each developer can have his or her own
> > branching strategy. My concern is that this will lead to us not really
> > working together much.
> That couldn't be further from what is being proposed by using the Git
> Branching model. I don't see how desiring to move to Git plus the most well
> defined branching model that has been proposed is promoting to work with
> "his or her own branching strategy". No one has ever proposed that we
> should move to Git and work however each developer wants, quite the
> contrary, we have proposed to work using a VERY detailed workflow of Git
> branching.
> *In contrast, the other strategies are described in ways like: *
> *"In this model, there is a "trunk" branch that is almost always*
> *production-ready, a "develop" branch, and various other branches on
> whiteboards and elsewhere on an as-needed basis."*
> Could this be any less specific? How is this promoting to work together
> when things need to be "almost always production ready" and "on an
> as-needed basis", what are the criterion for these decisions?
> If you actually read
> would see
> that the uses and purpose of each of the branches are VERY
> detailed with diagrams and detailed workflows. How is this promoting "his
> or her own branching strategy"? On the contrary, its the only model that
> has been proposed with any kind of ACTUAL detail beyond just saying "on an
> as-needed basis".
> Anyhow, I think this is my last post on the subject, as they say, you can
> lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink it... or also this
> horse is dead and beat to death or something like that...
> -omar

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