On Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 3:42 PM, benoît person <benoit.per...@gmail.com> wrote:
> From what I know, git does not support branch permissions. The best
> way to deal with that kind of permissions-thingy is to create two
> repos : a main repo and a fork for your new developer. He would only
> have permissions to pull from the main repo but could do
> "pull-request" to the main repo. That way you could review his work
> before merging it into the main one.

Above is the standard way, pull requests between repos, or mailed patch sets.

I want to add, though, that you are using a version control system, if
your new dev does a commit you don't like... you can roll it back.


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