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Abandon develop branch, switch to master as a default #451

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arturtamborski opened this issue Mar 5, 2020 · 3 comments
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Abandon develop branch, switch to master as a default #451

arturtamborski opened this issue Mar 5, 2020 · 3 comments
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@arturtamborski arturtamborski commented Mar 5, 2020

Develop branch became our master branch, and the master branch is old and rusty. I think that we could merge everything there and switch back to master for good.
I think that maintaining develop next to unused master:

  • serves no purpose (we don't do anything special with this split)
  • is confusing to new contributors (why? why not master? :P)
  • makes our project special when managing it (you don't pull to default master but to develop)

Hence my idea - one quick merge and even quicker delete right afterwards.
It'll be pain, but less so than going forward with develop.

Or, we can come up with some kind of meaning for it, or just ignore it.

Team, please decide. @CodeForPoznan/pah-devs

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@pniedzwiedzinski pniedzwiedzinski commented Mar 5, 2020

It's a good idea!

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@Ctilhs Ctilhs commented Mar 5, 2020

Sounds good to me.

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@magul magul commented Mar 27, 2020

Done.

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