Hi, Martin Langhoff wrote:

> Or are we forced to run an 'integration' repo so that we work with a
> 'star' arrangement? I am actually trying to avoid needing a central
> repo if possible.

Personally, I like the idea of an integration repository. The main reason
is that it avoids duplicate work and shifting blame for broken software,
particularly if you have a test suite.

My workflow is "develop, test, check-in, pull-and-merge, test-if-merged,
push". That tends to yield a saner change history, and requires less work,
than doing it for every co-worker.

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