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Ben Coman

http://help.github.com/send-pull-requests/ mentions "two popular models of collaborative development on GitHub":

  1. The Fork + Pull Model lets anyone fork an existing repository and push changes to their personal fork without requiring access be granted to the source repository. The changes must then be pulled into the source repository by the project maintainer. This model reduces the amount of friction for new contributors and is popular with open source projects because it allows people to work independently without upfront coordination.

  2. The Shared Repository Model is more prevalent with small teams and organizations collaborating on private projects. Everyone is granted push access to a single shared repository and topic branches are used to isolate changes."

Which one of these is being used with PBE?

cheers -ben

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damien.pollet
On May 20, 2012, at 02:35, [hidden email] wrote:
> Which one of these is being used with PBE?

Both. Fork & pull for anyone, shared repo for regular contributors.

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SergeStinckwich
On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 11:08 PM, Damien Pollet <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On May 20, 2012, at 02:35, [hidden email] wrote:
>> Which one of these is being used with PBE?
>
> Both. Fork & pull for anyone, shared repo for regular contributors.

Yes this mix setup is the good one. After a while, pull requests
contributors could be add as regular contributors to the shared repo.

I see some recent modifications from Benjamin on the master on github.
I think that these modifications about the Spec chapter should be done
on the Pharo 2 book.

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Ben Coman
Serge Stinckwich wrote:
On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 11:08 PM, Damien Pollet [hidden email] wrote:
  
On May 20, 2012, at 02:35, [hidden email] wrote:
    
Which one of these is being used with PBE?
      
Both. Fork & pull for anyone, shared repo for regular contributors.
    

Yes this mix setup is the good one. After a while, pull requests
contributors could be add as regular contributors to the shared repo.

I see some recent modifications from Benjamin on the master on github.
I think that these modifications about the Spec chapter should be done
on the Pharo 2 book.

Regards,
  
I saw those modifications by Benjamin.  I thought PBE2 had moved off github, but had not cleaned up after it left.  It would seem cleaner that even if it was one still on githug, that it have its own independent repo - it is kind-of like another project.

btw, I got my first build of the existing PBE1.pdf working, which I have documented this at [1] in case anyone can notice any factual or philosophical errors.

[1] http://blog.openinworld.com/2012/05/contributing-to-pbe/

cheers, Ben



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