These are chat archives for WormBase/hinxton-curation

25th
Nov 2015
Michael Paulini
@epaule
Nov 25 2015 15:19
"It would be nice if there was a way to make it so that neither the master nor develop branches ca‎n be deleted. Although I think you are right - development should be considered secondary.My intention with master is to make tagged releases, through the gitflow tool. This way we can develop a release cycle for the repo. In the future you and I can coordinate to make sure what is in develop is ready for release and‎ the either of us could start the release process to create the tag in master.Let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Cheers, Adam ."
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Adam
@a8wright
Nov 25 2015 15:25
Hi Michael, I have joined gitter! I am more used to Slack but willing to try this out.
Michael Paulini
@epaule
Nov 25 2015 15:27
we might actually axe the gitter in a while, as we are only evaluating it. But I thought for discussions about the release process / git usage of the repository it would be a good place as it is connected to the github repo.
Paul Davis
@Paul-Davis
Nov 25 2015 15:41
gitterbadger.png
Michael Paulini
@epaule
Nov 25 2015 15:41
it also forked the repo to add a banner :-( I declined the pull request, but it appears in the graph :-(
Paul Davis
@Paul-Davis
Nov 25 2015 15:41
@epaule what have you done :(
Adam
@a8wright
Nov 25 2015 16:06
I think that we should discuss having you two join us Sybil, Todd, Scott and I on slack. Would you two be interested in trying this out?
Michael Paulini
@epaule
Nov 25 2015 16:08
We actually tried slack a while ago and it wasn't very popular within the group (including me). So we had a long break and are slowly looking for similar solutions, that are a bit more specific and usable.
Adam
@a8wright
Nov 25 2015 16:09
Sounds good.
Would the two of you be interested in following the GitFlow process. I promise there isn't much to it. You could use the tool or not. It would be more for keeping a standard set of branches
Michael Paulini
@epaule
Nov 25 2015 16:12
I think we are generally interested in the GitFlow process and can give it a try.
Adam
@a8wright
Nov 25 2015 16:13
Awesome, Let me know if you have any questions
I am trying to figure out what this gitter-badger branch is
Michael Paulini
@epaule
Nov 25 2015 16:14
it is a remote branch from gitter. it created it to create an automatic pull request to put its banner into the readme.
Adam
@a8wright
Nov 25 2015 16:16
sounds good