Hi David, On 22/07/17 10:13 , David Anderson wrote: > On 7/21/2017 1:26 AM, David Wallom wrote: >> the responsibility for functions to different community groups. As >> such it will be essential that we move to a multi branch development >> methodology in some form of public repository. I use this in a large >> number of my current international projects and it works well. > Interesting idea. Do you know if Github has these sorts of features?
Can you please elaborate on what idea exactly you find interesting? "multi branch development" is what we've been discussing all the time in this very thread (and elsewhere on this list before). Also, what "features" do you think Github needs to explicitly support? Forks and branches are the basics of distributed development - Github is designed around just that. Oliver
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