[okfn-dev] How Github uses Github to develop Github

Tim McNamara tim.mcnamara at okfn.org
Sun Sep 4 19:54:09 UTC 2011

This is how the Open Data Manual manages its source. There generally
isn't too much discussion with merge requests, but it enforces a
external code review.

On 5 September 2011 05:16, Nick Stenning <nick at whiteink.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> Forgive the silly subject header, I'm clearly feeling a bit too frivolous.
> Anyway, I just read the following blog post by Scott Chacon about some of Github's internal development processes, and I thought some of the readership of this list might find it interesting:
> http://scottchacon.com/2011/08/31/github-flow.html
> In particular, the use of pull requests as places for *internal* discussion about feature branches is something that hadn't occurred to me, and which would be a helpful way to encourage inter-developer discussion while we're working in different places around the globe.
> The second question which might be interesting to discuss at some point is the question of a virtually continuous deployment process. Are there any projects where we might benefit from such an arrangement?
> N
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