[TYPO3-50-general] git and a Package Repository

Martin Klepsch martinklepsch at googlemail.com
Thu May 27 15:03:31 CEST 2010

I'm glad that this question comes up again.

I'm not contributing to TYPO3 / FLOW3 at the moment but I can confirm that
Git/Github enables more people to really influence the project.
The whole fork/merge/cherry-pick workflow would be a huge benefit for the
Recently I discovered a script that lets you cherry-pick a commit by pasting
the Github URL <http://github.com/adamv/dotfiles/blob/master/bin/gh-pick>.

To me Git/Github is the way how open source should work.

- martin
Disclosure: I love Git.

2010/5/27 Thomas Fritz <fritztho at gmail.com>

> Hello Everybody!
> I just wanted to bump the Question about migrating FLOW3 / Typo3 Phoenix to
> GIT?
> Are there any plans for that?
> I have recently started to use GIT and i must say that i like the concepts
> very much and i also think that hosting the project publicly on Github or
> gitorious.org/ or something similar, would be a big benefit for the whole
> community, because it is really easy to maintain to the project. And the
> performance is also better than SVN.
> I know that you core developers have more to do these days than migrate
> from
> SVN to GIT but others and me too would really like to hear your thoughts!?
> Thanks in advance
> Thomas
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