On Wednesday, November 7, 2012 11:43:53 AM UTC+1, John Smith wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm new to git. I have to setup a master repo we are working on.
> I did the following.
> Created a new repo (non-bare) on my local machine (c:\work), unzipped the 
> project, added the files, committed.
> I created a bare repo on our server (n:\work).
> Now I want to push from my local repo to the network repo, then my 
> collegues can clone the repo, then can pull and push.
> Is this approach good?

I think this is a great resource for people starting to introduce Git into 


Note that the art of pushing to the blessed/shared/bare/central repository 
is first discussed relatively late, in chapter "Week 6, Day 
and wisely so: Make sure you know the basics before you start collaborating 
on important stuff with your colleagues.


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