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Re: [Stavanger-Software-Developers-Meetup] Next meeting: Git workflows?

From: Felix G.
Sent on: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 11:40 PM
Hei Austin,

Hello from St Petersburg -- spending some time in a business trip here.

How is it going with getting people siging up for this ultimate git workshop? Again, please say if I can assist in any way.

I am giving some thought on how to leverage on SSDM. More on how to develop the Brand further. What about arranging a cool logo for SSDM? Making t-shirts wth that logo? :)  Creating an youtube channel and uploading all talks? Creating a "SDM" DYI kit and exporting the idea all around the world? :)
All this might not make much sense -- just let me know :)


On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 11:33 PM, Austin Bingham <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi everyone,

As a follow-up the very successful "Intro to Git" presentation, some people have talked about doing a related presentation on something a bit more advanced or practical. The idea I liked was a collection of presentations on Git workflows, so I propose that we do that for the next meeting.

What I'm imagining is that we'll have 3 or 4 presenters, each presenting a different Git workflow. Ideally these should be workflows that the presenter has actually use at some scale, though this could be for open- or closed-source work. Git can be used in any number of ways, and it can be confusing to pick one, so I think a format like this will give people a better idea of how git might help them (or how they might change their use of git.)

I'll need a number of presenters for this, so please let me know if you're interested. You'll only need to put together about 20-30 minutes of material for this, so it's pretty low-commitment. Also let me know *how* you're using git so that I can try to avoid substantial duplication.


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