On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 5:37 PM, Matthieu Moy
<matthieu....@grenoble-inp.fr> wrote:
> Jakub Narębski <jna...@gmail.com> writes:
>> I have created short (well, at least shorter than previous ones)
>> "Git User's Survey 2012" on Survs.com.  The test channel is
>>   https://www.survs.com/survey/J87I3PDBU4
> If it's still time, it would be nice to add a question on the kind of
> workflow people use. E.g.
> Which workflow do you use? (never / rarely / often / always)
> Centralized workflow (everyone pushes and pulls to the same shared
> repository).
> One-repository per developer (people push to their own public
> repository, and pull from other user's public repository)

You were not the only one to ask for question about workflows
used; Junio also asked for something similar.

I have therefore added the following multiple-choice question:

#19. What git workflow(s) is used by projects in which development you
[ ] single developer, only private repository (no interaction)
[ ] centralized workflow (push to common repository)
[ ] branched centralized (push to different branches in common repository)
[ ] peer-to-peer workflow (all repositories roughly equal)
[ ] integration-manager workflow (maintainer pulls/applies patches to
"blessed" repository))
[ ] dictator and lieutenants workflow (hierarchical workflow)
[ ] using collaborative code review tool, e.g. Gerrit
[ ] other workflow, please explai

I was also thinking about adding merge vs rebase question, but it
is direction orthogonal to above, so maybe as separate question...

Jakub Narebski
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