[git-users] Re: Optimal Git setup for multiple websites

2011-04-21 Thread Carey
Thanks for the help Thomas! I can't wait to become a full-fledged Git user. Unfortunately, I seem to have left out some finer details, which I need further guidance on. First off, the UK website is not the same as the US website, it's two different code bases, but I suppose I can just replicate

[git-users] Re: Optimal Git setup for multiple websites

2011-04-21 Thread Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
Yes, if it's two different websites, there's no point in them sharing a repository. Have two repositories: website-us and website-uk. There's nothing wrong with having more machines involved, of course. You can clone around the repository as many times as you want. But before a developer in

[git-users] Re: Optimal Git setup for multiple websites

2011-04-21 Thread Carey
Thanks again, Thomas. Would you suggest having the intermediate server (Model 1), as opposed to just using the webserver (Model 2), or vice-versa? If you do suggest having the intermediate server, can you explain more about cloning around the repository? Also, in that case, would I push from my

[git-users] Re: Optimal Git setup for multiple websites

2011-04-21 Thread Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
Oh, I didn't spot the difference there. Hmm. Well, you can have an intermediate intermediate repository if you want. This is a nice place for sharing branches and stuff between developers. If you have it push onward to the webserver automatically or if you have the developers push themselves..

[git-users] Re: Optimal Git setup for multiple websites

2011-04-21 Thread Carey
Almost getting there! Couple more questions for clarification: Why is it more secure to force all changes through an intermediate repository? Or maybe I'm confused on how to force all changes through an intermediate repositoryHere's the 3 scenarios I'm imagining, please correct me where I'm