Eric "Sparks" Christensen
sparks at fedoraproject.org
Wed Nov 24 17:16:06 UTC 2010
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On 11/24/2010 11:03 AM, John J. McDonough wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-11-24 at 10:22 -0500, Eric "Sparks" Christensen wrote:
>> But once the change is in the repo it is too late. You shouldn't commit
>> a change before it is QA'd. If the change is in the repo then there is
>> a high chance that the change will make it to the final guide without
>> being checked.
> No, no, no. The whole point of a repo like git is to make working
> collaboratively easy. For that to work you need to commit frequently.
> The idea that somehow what is in the repo is sacred is a view that makes
> working together hard. Sure, it may have held some sway back in the RCS
> days before collaborative RCSs were available, or maybe even with CVS
> where doing anything is so bloody hard and fraught with risk, but wit
> git there is no argument not to commit, certainly not if you have a way
> to identify QAed commits.
Can you mark pages as draft or just entire documents?
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