Hi All,

I've stepped in a company that runs an existing CMS for their main
website. They asked me a while ago to setup 5 new websites with that
CMS. I've decided to have the original as branch MASTER and the other
5 as separate branches.
When I make a feature/bug fix that needs to propagate to all versions,
I create new branch, fix bug, and merge the change to all branches.
Although it works, I don't like the idea of having all different
websites in one repository. I'd rather have 6 different repositories
(each website it's own) and fix bugs separately and merge to all
repositories at the end.
Does that make sense? What model would you prefer?

Thanks, Michal

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