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Jason Kurian
@JaKXz
hello world! :)
Jason Kurian
@JaKXz
@vieron do you know why the Travis hooks are not working any more?
Jason Kurian
@JaKXz
Also, I have a habit of merging small, chore-like PRs that are non-major changes
If that's not cool and you'd prefer more discussion on them, let me know :) otherwise I'm assuming that minor changes can be reviewed in post so we can move a bit faster
Jason Kurian
@JaKXz
@vieron I think it would be a good idea to introduce some standard commit conventions to the project, so that the release notes can be generated automatically
the feat: / fix: / tests:/ chore:/ docs: convention works well with what we have already
my bad for deviating from that in some of my PRs, but thankfully they were mostly chores so they don't affect the release notes