On Sat, Apr 13, 2013 at 04:14:40PM +1000, sanjay sharma wrote:
> (1) I am concerned about checking in my personal projects to my
> company repo

Will these personal projects build on the work you do for work?
Only if you answer 'yes' to that would you have to worry about this.

You would simply create completely separate repos for your private
work (one per private project even) and that way the risk of accidents
is *very* limited.

> (2) I am concerned about my company knowing that I am doing other commits
> to other projects

I would suggest you *absolutely* clear this up with your employer
before contributing to non-work projects such as any FLOSS ones.  In
many places there are rules set down in employment contracts that
influence what kind of projects you may contribute in your free time.


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