From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-07 17:44:54
on Thu Jun 07 2007, Phil Richards <news-AT-derived-software.ltd.uk> wrote:
>> This part I have some trouble buying. In Linus' world, *his* repository
>> is central... well, at least, it's the master from which releases are
>> spun. In a project where we don't have a single arbiter for what goes
>> into a release, I'm not sure we can have a master.
> I think the point with GIT is that *any* GIT repository can be referred
> to as a master because there is no real difference between the one that
> started it and the ones cloned from it. Development can occur in either
> repository and either can act as "client" (slave, or whatever) to the
Sure. My point is that if you're going to release a body of code, you
have to at some point agree where the master repo for that code is.
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