On Tuesday 27 October 2015 14:45:49 Daniel Stenberg wrote:
> On Mon, 26 Oct 2015, Kamil Dudka wrote:
> > If git.libssh2.org is intended to be a mirror of the upstream git repo at
> > github, it should only contain commits already pushed to github and
> > nothing
> > else. Additionally, already pushed commits should not be rewritten.
> > If git.libssh2.org is intended to be a staging repository for your work,
> > it
> > should be clearly marked such (e.g. by using a separate branch for that
> > while keeping the master branch synced with github).
> I agree completely. As it is now, saying we merge new code into thay git
> repo will probably make some people think it was merged into our master
> repo, which it isn't.
> What about renaming it to a name that makes it sound less official and more
> like a staging/experimental git repo?
Works for me.
In any case we should now merge the other git repo, which is fast forward to
the upstream one and contains the commits which this thread was originally
Received on 2015-11-02