What's happening with this project? #285

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sheerun opened this Issue Nov 28, 2012 · 13 comments

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sheerun commented Nov 28, 2012

Why so many issues and pull requests? Does someone support this repository?

jbranc commented Dec 4, 2012

it does look abandoned. would be great to see if one of the forks will pick it up and run with it. great tool

Active develop of git-flow is being done on my fork, git-flow (AVH Edition).

mcmire commented Dec 6, 2012

Was wondering the same thing about git-flow. I'll try out your fork, thanks.

drgomesp commented Dec 6, 2012

It's abandoned indeed.

OK, so what's the best gitflow alternative?
Is it @petervanderdoes' fork?

mcmire commented Dec 6, 2012

Looks like it to me, judging from the network graph.

kitchen commented Dec 6, 2012

On Thu, Dec 06, 2012 at 09:46:57AM -0800, Marius Butuc wrote:

OK, so what's the best alternative?
Is it @petervanderdoes' fork?

that's what I'm standardizing on for work.

-Jeremy

It'd be nice if we can get a section at the top of the README directing people to petervanderdoes' fork, if this repo is in fact dead.

@petervanderdoes, Is your fork being used to source the packages for Ubuntu/EPEL/etc.?

@cyvaquero Not that I'm aware of.

Ubuntu uses my fork in their repository.

@srt32 srt32 added a commit to srt32/gitflow that referenced this issue Jul 22, 2015
@srt32 srt32 Add note about project status to README
The intention of this PR is make the current unmaintained status of this
project clear to developers.

More background can be found on nvie#285
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@srt32 srt32 added a commit to srt32/gitflow that referenced this issue Jul 22, 2015
@srt32 srt32 Add note about project status to README
The intention of this PR is make the current unmaintained status of this
project clear to developers.

More background can be found on nvie#285
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srt32 commented Jul 22, 2015

I opened #419 in an attempt to clarify the README.

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