On Fri, 2013-02-22 at 11:39 -0500, Seth Vidal wrote:
On Fri, 22 Feb 2013, Xavier Lamien wrote:
> How about a dedicated branch for staging where we can merge it into master when
ready (just like puppet's)
> Also, I think git flow coud be a good candidate here to work on a specific
'role' or such.
> ie, you have staging branch in sync with master, you git flow config start
mm_proxy_update, do your cooking, then
> publish your mm_proxy_update branch, then ansible it for testing. If everything went
well, you merge your branch into staging/master
> depending of the purpose.
1. we do not have a stagin branch in puppet anymore. Haven't for a good
2. I do not think we should do a separate branch like that, at all. I
think it makes things hairier than they should be.
3. If we're going to implement staging I think it should be like how
puppet is NOW - we duplicate the modules and work on them in there. I know
it is not 'the git way' but I think it makes it easier to know where you
stand at any given moment and to be sure you are getting the playbooks you
I'll agree on this, it makes it easier to track the difference between
stg and dev and helps make sure that what we do on stg either gets
merged or reverted.