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    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    yeah I remember that man! we can try out something together on a repo
    So that you also get some grips on peer to peer features and workflow
    Abe Anderson
    @Abe_Anderson_gitlab
    I'd guess it didn't continue to get used because of a lack of setting instructions and versioning policies.
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    the main difference is when you are working with others
    no idea I also proposed it sometime ago when I was working with OSE
    Abe Anderson
    @Abe_Anderson_gitlab
    I don't think users need to understand graph theory for git, but hardware isn't exactly like software so setting some rules about branching etc. might clarify usage. As I understand that with software commits not made to branches can be lost/deleted by git, but I'm not sure I understand how it may apply to binary files. The constant uploading of tiny changes to files small and large is why Michael had to limit the file size for the wiki. Anyway I see how you are structuring your repos so far with a few branches for features. With a few people it is basically one dev working on a branch alone. With more devs communication and team assignment of issues probably becomes important to eliminate conflicts. I'm guessing that is what you mean by peer to peer features?
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    yes indeed that is what I mean by peer to peer features
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    I think Marcin is overeacting with git as a go no go thing. You can try it and learn it while keeping your wikis and everything. OSE don't have to migrate to git, we can just partner up with the developers that want to also learn git, and gitlab for file management and p2p cooperation. But instead of just trying to figure it out all by yourself the best is to learn with people that know the tool. Thats how we did it, I learned the tool and then gave tutorials and made practices with manolis and the rest of the team.
    Feel free to invite the rest of OSE Community here, as I cannot reach them myself. I also shared you a book about open source I made with illustrations, feel free to share it as well.
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    Is github or gitlab the current go-to place for all the repositories and stuff? I see all the links on the homepage pointing to github but I've also found an issue to move everything to gitlab. It appears everything has already been moved, but the links. Is that correct?
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    yes I am sorry for that we just migrated to gitlab
    actually it was a suggestion and remark from OSE
    we are having duplicates in github and gitlab
    but communicatio and project management takes place in gitlab
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    ok, gitlab it is
    any plans to update the links on the homepage?
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    indeed I will invite you
    yes actually hehehehe
    I should do it right away!
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    :+1:
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    electronics, cad, software?
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    software mainly
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    great!! what is your background man?
    ah that is cool!!! ;)
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    but I am not afraid of anything :grinning:
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    that is also great!!!!
    we want to actually present repos content with gitlab APIs to filter repos per topics, for instance
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    awesome man!! where are you currently? I am in Netehrlands
    Prague!! :smile:
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    I am close to Prague.
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    awesome I am currentlly at TU Delft
    Looks nice the robotica forum
    can you share your email so I can add yo to gitlab?
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    sorry, afk
    first dot last at gmail
    username @zwn
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    What is the plan with https://gitlab.com/go_commons/OSE/D3D-printer/ and its branches?
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    oh this one was actually an invite for OSE community
    to update it and learn git, gitlab, etc
    so the plan is to have a repo documented properly to have a demonstrator of open source documentation
    but also for design improvements, etc.
    Zbyněk Winkler
    @zwn
    what about the branches?
    is there a plan to merge them back to master?
    Jose Carlos Urra Llanusa
    @jurra
    The branches was an example I made for them to show them how branches can be used to do versions
    we have different options there:
    And the idea was to decide with them,
    one option is to have a repo with different folders for different versions
    and a well documented readme guiding the users
    other is to point in the readme to different branch links